Show shifts that are overtime, involve one or more premium pays or are extra shifts
Add an attribute to a shift to indicate that particular shift is an overtime shift, involves one or more premium pay types (bonus shifts) or is an additional shift (worked in addition to a typical schedule). Incidentally, a single shift could be all three.
Eric M commented
In our situation, our personnel work overtime when they work shifts outside of their normal schedule. We are in the Fire Service, and so they may work 96 hours 1 pay period, 120 the next, and 144 the one after that, but if they work an extra shift on the first pay period, it wouldn't meet a 144 hours threshold to kick into overtime. I have been labeling the shifts as NS - Normal Shifts and OT - Overtime. But the export, won't differentiate that on the time as to which shift it is (NS or OT)
Flint Doungchak commented
The report should have an ability to calculate overtime (hour over a specified amount). I would imagine given the labor laws in the US, you would need an option for daily and weekly overtime calculations. The report needs to show the amount of hours worked over specified amount (i.e. max hours per day or per week). For weekly calculations, it would be based on a specific work week (i.e. Sunday though Saturday). It could be done in the Excel report, but it really should be built it.
This doesn't just need to be done in Shifts, but is an absolute necessity on Time Clock reports.
Andrea Conte commented
Also add pay rates so reporting can be done to process payroll