DDH Software, LLC Making a big world smaller

Time & Attendance 08

Author:Russell Smith [Send Author Email]

January 18, 2008
Description:Time & Attendance 2008

Updated to work with HandBase 4.0

For tracking time and attendance as well as leave balance.

Written specifically for my purpose as an FAA Air Traffic Controller.

May work for others, especially federal employees.

Time Worked: Core, OT, Credit earned, Comp earned.
Leave: Annual, Sick, Credit used, Comp used, Other leave.

Has a daily total screen
Has a Pay Period total screen
Has a Year To Date total Screen
Has an Available Leave Balance screen
Has a Note screen


Enter time shift starts. Enter time shift ends. Check the Holiday Box ONLY if you actually work on the same day that you receive holiday pay. (if you take the holiday off, enter it in the "Other Leave" field) Use the meal pop-up if you take an unpaid meal break during your shift. You will need to enter the meal break on the "Core" page even if you are earning OT, Credit, or Comp.

On your first entry you will need to go to the "setup" tab and enter the appropriate values.

1. Check the box (it affects the way the database calculates... just do it)
2. Enter "No Date". Tap the date and when the menu pops up select "No Date".
3. Select the date that pay period one starts on.
4. Select the amount of annual leave you earn per pay period.
5. Enter your carry over annual. Enter it in decimal value. If you are carrying over 35 hours and 30 minutes you would enter it as 35.5
6. Enter carry over sick leave.
7. Enter and carry over credit earned.
8. Enter any carry over comp earned.
9. Tap on the OK button. DO NOT enter any other work data in this first record!!!

Has Data:No
Has Forms:Yes
Version:HanDBase v.3.0x or greater
File:time&attendance08.zip          Downloads: This Month 4 / Total* 2018
Note:MAC Users will need to enter the filename time&attendance08.zip when saving this file.
* since October 1, 2000.

Other Titles from Russell Smith

01/18/2008 TSP Diary 2008 [Government]
TSP Diary 2008


For federal employees who want to keep track of their TSP earnings. Mostly beneficial to those who make frequent interfund transfers.