In WhosOffice there is an in depth Reports area, which allows you to view specific data that has been entered onto your account. You can either print out the reports in an easy to view format or export them to Excel Spreadsheet, allowing you to further customise the report yourself.

Within the system there are 3 types of Reports available,

  • General Staff Reports
  • Leave Policy Reports
  • Staff Yearly Reports

Each Report can be customised using filters to specify what information you would like to view on the Report, these can be viewed for a particular staff member, Group or Selected Groups.

Click the graph icon and select the required Report Type.

From the left hand side you can choose the critiera and information that you require, i.e. for whom or for which group and the relevant dates.

You can view Reports for your company's Leave, Work, Overtime, Allowances or even just a Staff Directory in the system.

Choose your criteria and then click Run Report to view the report On-Screen. There are then options available to either Print the Report or also to Export the result to an Excel Spreadsheet.

Title: Reports
Category: General
Posted: Thursday, 22nd May 2014
By: Phil Cross
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