Okay i think it is not possible for calculating by hour. But how to calculate by day. which means by status “Present” in the attendance doctype. i want to generate the salary structure base on status “Present”.
Lets say day = 100 USD
Salary slip = 100 USD + Present in the month.
For simple word, employee’s salary is based on attendance
Im sorry for my english. its really bad. but please help me @vrms
sorry, I have looked at Attendance for the first time in my live. For now I think you can not calculate the salary slip from the Attendance but only from the Timesheet I have so far only created Invoices from it, so I am not familiar with the exact procedure for creating salary slips from Timesheets
I think you may just have to play with it and figure out how that works. Probably similar to creating a Sales Invoice from a Timesheet
One thing I have seen is that you have to assign a Default Holiday List for an Employee before the system allows to use Make Salary Slip from a Timesheet. Also the Timesheet has to be in state Committed before the Make Salary Slip option even appears (on the top right of the Timesheet)
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I support the idea presented by @LifeP. We need to be able to record attendance with time. Any biometric or time attendance system nowadays will have both a date and a time. Leaving office for x hours is a normal thing. But leaving the office for 0.25days is not normal.
This issue seems to be gaining popularity. @adityaduggal From the talk last year it seems that majority of points were addressed by you. I’ve tried to generalize the system below. Can you please help us with this?
Looking forward to your experiences and feedback on the above.