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Looking Employee Overtime DB

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hi

I am looking some samples of employee overtime database or any one can
create this DB let me know.

regards
oopp
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Patrick Matthews earned 150 total points
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Hi oopp,

You'll need to elaborate on what you are looking for.

You may want to start with the time & expense database template that comes with Access.

Regards,

Patrick
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As Patrick indicated, you'll need to specify your needs more precise to enable us to help you.
The most simple form would require one table with employee number and a registration of the overtime per day.
It's more complex when you also need to track start and end time per employee and deduct the overtime. (Just think about parttimers, shifts, etc.)

Nic;o)
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Eric,

Two different Experts asked oopp to clarify his/her needs, but oopp failed to reply to either request.
I will not be troubled by a delete/refund, but at the same time the Asker did not hold up his/her
end of the bargain.

Regards,

Patrick
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Eric

The question was really clear

>> I am looking some samples of employee overtime database or any one can
create this DB let me know. >>

means if any samples of links they have OR if they can build up this DB let me know then I can provide full of detailed requirement.

thats it,
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I already purchased the Payroll

Please split this point for both Patrick and Nic:o

Thansk a lot
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