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Release 2.49 – Wednesday, December 4th, 2019

Release Date: Wednesday, December 4th, 2019

Greetings EasyClocking customers. That’s it! The end of the year is here, we are officially in the last month of 2019. Probably one of the busiest times of the year for most of us, especially with a lot of things to keep in mind, perhaps a good time to reflect on how the year has ended and how we want the next year to be. The EasyClocking family wishes everyone the best for the next year 2020. We have another release and we wanted to share the items that we are releasing. As always your feedback is greatly appreciated kindly let us know your thoughts by simply sending an email to products@easyclocking.com. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all of you.

Enhancements/Add-ons:

  1. “Language Enhancement”- “Mexico” Spanish Grammar is now supported: We have added a new language option to enhance our language section. We have added “Mexico” Spanish grammar.
  2. “Language Enhancement”- “Spain” Spanish Grammar is now supported: We have added a new language option to enhance our language section. We have added “Spain” Spanish grammar.

Fixed Errors/Bugs:

  1. “Paid Time Off – Used” report issue – Total hours used was doubling: The total hours used in the “Paid Time Off – Used” report was displaying as the employee had taken double the original amount used. This error was only occurring for account GLT (38783). The fix was released right away.
  2. “Paid Time Off – Used” report issue – Some employees would show up twice in the report: In the “Paid Time Off – Used” report, some employees would show up twice and this was occurring because the employee had a change of “Pay Rate” or “Hourly Rate” which would affect the amount paid for the absence. Since there was no “rate” column in the report, this error was hard to notice. We have added a rate column to the report to notice the rate change.
  3. “Schedules Issue” – Issue when creating or editing schedules, the schedules would disappear: There was an issue when creating or editing schedules in the scheduler section of EasyClocking, the schedules created previously would all of the sudden disappear after editing or creating a new schedule for an employee. The user would have to refresh the page to view the schedules again for that employee.
  4. “Critical Setting Grammar Error” – “Set up whether Users may approve or not their own Timecard: This critical setting feature which allows users to approve their own timecards was spelled incorrectly. We have made the corrections in the UI.
  5. “Australia” Engine Issue – Regular worked hours were not calculating properly with Multi Rates: The calculation of hours was incorrect when using the Multi-Rate feature in the Australian engine. This error was only occurring when the “Pay Rate” feature was enabled in the settings tab. We investigated and found the error. We have made changes to correct this matter.
  6. “Australia” Engine – Overtime calculation issue, OT rules were not executed correctly: The overtime calculation was not triggering at the time that is was configured in the pay class settings. We investigated and found the error. We have made changes to correct this matter.

Enhancements/Add-ons:

  1. “Language Enhancement”- “Mexico” Spanish Grammar is now supported: We have added a new language option to enhance our language section. We have added “Mexico” Spanish grammar.

2.  “Language Enhancement”- “Spain” Spanish Grammar is now supported: We have added a new language option to enhance our language section. We have added “Spain” Spanish grammar.

Fixed Errors/Bugs:

  1. “Paid Time Off – Used” report issue – Total hours used was doubling: The total hours used in the “Paid Time Off – Used” report was displaying as the employee had taken double the original amount used. This error was only occurring for account GLT (38783). The fix was released right away.

2. “Paid Time Off – Used” report issue – Some employees would show up twice in the report: In the “Paid Time Off – Used” report, some employees would show up twice and this was occurring because the employee had a change of “Pay Rate” or “Hourly Rate” which would affect the amount paid for the absence. Since there was no “rate” column in the report, this error was hard to notice. We have added a rate column to the report to notice the rate change.

  1. “Schedules Issue” – Issue when creating or editing schedules, the schedules would disappear: There was an issue when creating or editing schedules in the scheduler section of EasyClocking, the schedules created previously would all of the sudden disappear after editing or creating a new schedule for an employee. The user would have to refresh the page to view the schedules again for that employee.
  2. “Critical Setting Grammar Error” – “Set up whether Users may approve or not their own TimeCard: This critical setting feature which allows users to approve their own timecards was spelled incorrectly. We have made the corrections in the UI.
  3. “Australia” Engine Issue – Regular worked hours were not calculating properly with Multi Rates: The calculation of hours was incorrect when using the Multi-Rate feature in the Australian engine. This error was only occurring when the “Pay Rate” feature was enabled in the settings tab. We investigated and found the error. We have made changes to correct this matter.
  4. “Australia” Engine – OverTime calculation issue, OT rules were not executed correctly: The overtime calculation was not triggering at the time that is was configured in the pay class settings. We investigated and found the error. We have made changes to correct this matter.