Setting Employee Work Limits

Setting Employee Work Limits

You can set work limits for employees using the Set Limit rule for employee Lists.

If you recall, CallBack lists are what organize employees within the system. You can control the amount of hours they are able to work (either scheduled, overtime, etc) by editing the limits within these lists by going to the CallBacks module > CallBack Lists > Edit

In the below example, you can see that all employees in the EMT list are limited to only being able to work 40 hours each week:
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