TimePilot Definitions


What's Rounding?
In TimePilot, Rounding is the process of shifting a clock-in or clock-out time to a more "simple" number; for instance you could round a clock-in from 8:04 a.m. to 8 a.m. or a clock-out from  4:58 p.m. to 5 p.m. Rounding can help employers by avoiding the need to pay just one or two minutes of overtime each day and can help employees because they don't have to click in at exactly the start of their shift.

Rounding is set up when you create/add/edit a Company (TimePilot Central > Setup Menu > Company Setup...).

The Retail Edition of the TimePilot software offers a choice between no rounding and Basic Rounding; the Professional and Enterprise Editions offer more choices. (Click here to find out what edition of the software you have.) If you find you need more than one company—one of many additional features included in our more advanced versions—you can order a reasonably priced upgrade to TimePilot Professional or Enterprise at the TimePilot web site (www.TimePilot.com), by contacting us at sales@TimePilot.com or calling us at 630-879-6400.

Retail Edition: Two choices

Professional and Enterprise Editions: Five choices