Adding Lunch Break / Unpaid Break Periods

Adding Lunch Break / Unpaid Break Periods

You can set 'unpaid' breaks during a shift period for employees. This is great for doing things like unpaid lunch breaks, for example. The break period will not export for payroll purposes or be shown in any employee time reports.

To set a break period, simply click an employee within the CrewScheduler and then click 'Add Break':




From there, simply enter the break period, and click Modify user (to save one single instance) or Save for all Occurrences (to save for all occurrences for this user)
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