UKG Pro Workforce Management Report Rundown: Time Reporting

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Whether your organization is managing 10 or 1,000 employees, it’s crucial to understand their time activity to ensure their pay is accurate and they’re working the correct hours. Keeping track of your employees’ time may seem arduous, but with help from a few built-in time reports found in your UKG Pro Workforce Management™ solution, verifying your employees’ time activity and keeping track of their time are made easy and organized.

In this edition of the UKG Pro WFM Report Rundown, we’ll dive into the following time-related reports:

  • Time Detail
  • Employee Hours by Job
  • Condensed Employee Time Detail
  • Float

Here’s the Rundown

Time Detail Report

The Time Detail report provides insights into employee attendance, compensation, and pay-code management. This report consists of two grids. The first grid shows hours, money, and days per employee, along with their primary job, primary location, the apply date, start and end times, transaction type, any exceptions, and their pay rule. Here is an example:

Time Detail Report Example


The second grid displays employee hours, money, and days that are grouped by worked job(s), worked location, employee, and pay code, as seen below:

Time Detail Report Example 2


There is also a summary of money, hours, and days that are grouped by pay code and then by employee. An example of this summary is shown below:

Time Detail Report Example 3


Learn more about how to use this report by visiting the Time Detail report knowledge article. One thing to note about the Time Detail report is that you cannot filter by pay code. If you’re looking for this capability, then the next highlighted report, Employee Hours by Job, will be useful. 

Employee Hours by Job Report

The Employee Hours by Job report, while similar to the Time Detail report, shows hours for each job in which the employees accrued hours in a selected time period. The hours for each job are organized by pay code, and the report includes totals for each employee, all employees combined, and grand totals by pay code. A special box at the end of the report includes the names of any employees whose data is out of date and the total number of employees who are not up to date. As mentioned previously, you can filter by one or more pay codes, making this report a useful sidekick to the Time Detail report. 

Learn more about the Employee Hours by Job report. Below is a report example, where money, hours, and days — grouped by employee, worked location, worked job, and pay code along with employee status and primary job — are displayed.

Time Detail Report Example 4
Condensed Employee Time Detail Report

The Condensed Employee Time Detail report offers comprehensive employee timecard information, including punches, pay codes, edits, exceptions, and wages. It also summarizes total time and money by business structure and pay code, listing combined pay codes separately. This report gives a clear and consolidated overview of employee timecard details and summary data. Start using and learn more about the Condensed Employee Time Detail report in this knowledge article.

Float Report

For workplaces that have employees who transfer between different departments, running the Float report will help keep punches organized. This report displays all float activity for one or more locations and dates. The report only shows transfer activity for selected locations and summarizes the in, out, and net hours for each location. A transfer is considered a float only if it is between departments.  An employee who is transferred to a different job in their primary department is not counted as a float. Learn more about the Float report by reviewing this online article.

That’s a wrap on this edition of the UKG Pro WFM Report RundownMake sure you tune in for our next edition in the coming months, when we’ll highlight new reports that will help you manage your workforce.