We hope all is well with you in these somewhat troubled times.
We at Zerolime feel good and work full time, at a distance. We follow daily updates from the government, to be able to stand on our toes in the event of any changes in rules that would affect eBemanning.
The support is also open as usual and you are always welcome to contact us if you have questions about our systems.
Now on Thursday evening (19/3) it is time for the March release of eBemanning. Below you can read more about the news that the release contains.
Logging of changed time report
We have added a log that shows who created the time report and when and who changed the time report and when. The logging is displayed under the Change History tab inside a time report.
Employment rate with decimals
It has not previously been possible to specify the employment rate in decimals. This has now been changed so it is possible to enter two decimal places. For example 55,55%. The employment rate is stated in the resource's employment period.
Rolling out red days for 2021 and 2022
We are now rolling out the red days for 2021 and 2022 and taking the opportunity to update your collective agreements with the red days. We copy the same logic that is in place for 2020 and roll it out for 2021 and 2022. It is therefore good that you always make it a habit to add a full year of red days to the agreements, then it is automatically extended during our updates.
Change in guarantee salary and performance salary
It is now possible to choose whether the guaranteed salary and performance salary should work according to the current rules in eBemanning or whether the hours should be distributed to only show the guaranteed salary and performance salary, not normal hours.
In such cases, the guarantee salary becomes constant, 133 hours or 150 hours. The performance pay means both hourly pay and performance supplement for what exceeds 133 or 150 hours.
For more detailed information, see our release notes.