"How do I set up WorkZone for my employees?" by Hero Academy training

Overview

WorkZone is an app that allows employees to clock in and out of work remotely via their own personnel mobile phone. This can be very helpful for employees that work offsite or employees that work at several locations throughout the day on various jobs sites. 

Employers will need to enable WorkZone on the payroll platform before employees can clock in and out with the method. Admins will also be able to decide which employees should and should not be able to clock in and out remotely once enabled. 

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FAQs

  Can employees also submit expense claims via the app?  

Yes, you can use the Expense Submission feature on the WorkZone app to send through an expense request for approval, with the ability to specify the date it occurred, the amount, the tax code and location To read further information on this topic, you can refer to the following article.

  Can employees also submit leave requests via the app?  

Yes, you can use the Request Leave feature on the WorkZone app to submit a time off request by selecting the leave category and dates you will be on leave. You can also use this feature to edit a submitted leave request if the details changed and cancel a submission if it is no longer required.. To read further information on this topic, you can refer to the following article.

  Can employees also manage their roster availability via the app?  

Yes, the Rostering module within the WorkZone app has an Employee Unavailability feature that allows you to enter the date and time for when you will be unavailable for a shift. You can also use this feature to edit the unavailability details if they change and delete a record if it is no longer required. To read further information on this topic, you can refer to the following article.

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