Workpuls provides very detailed employee time sheets with break outs for different time categories.

Your employee time sheets will look like this:


Let's break down each column together:

  • Office Time
    Office time is the total time recorded between employee clock-in and clock-out. See below for more specifics on how this works based on your Workpuls installation type (e.g. Stealth Mode) and settings.

  • Computer Activities
    Computer Activities is the total time spend actively working at a computer during their office time. (Idle time is not included here).

  • Productive
    Based on your productivity label settings, productive time will include the total time spent on productive activities during office time.

  • Unproductive
    Based on your productivity label settings, unproductive time will include the total time spent on unproductive activities during office time.

  • Neutral
    Based on your productivity label settings, neutral time will include the total time spent on neutral activities during office time. Not reviewed activities will be considered neutral as well.

  • Idle Time
    Idle Time represents the total amount of time where a user was not actively working on the computer during their Office Time. Learn More.

  • Break Time
    Break Time represents the amount of time that was taken as a 'break' by your employees during their office time.

  • Productivity
    This % score is calculated based on how much time was spent on productive activities out of the total Computer Activities Time (see above).

  • Agent Version

  • Created

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Here is another way to look at some of the key column calculations:

Office time = Computer Activities time + Idle Time + Break Time


Computer Activities time = Productive Time + Unproductive Time + Neutral Time


Productivity = (Productive Time / Computer Activities time) %

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How Clock Times are calculated in Stealth Mode

If you're using Stealth Mode with Always Tracking, Clock Time will be calculated as time of first computer activities until the last computer activity recorded for that day.

For example if a user's computer is inactive for a period during the day and goes into sleep mode the clock out time will represent the last time of recorded activity.

Note: If a computer goes inactive for more than 4 hours Workpuls will automatically close a clock time and when the computer is active again it will be the start of a new clock time.

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