Our timekeeping clocks have always been able to let you precisely record your working time down to the exact second. However, we were not totally satisfied with one detail of the timekeeping process: time corrections directly in the clock - that is, the corrections that you make directly to the duration period while the clock is running.
So far, the exact start and stop time has been stored for times taken with the clock, as well as information such as "corrected by 12 minutes". In such a correction, the corresponding duration period no longer corresponded exactly to the time interval between the start and the end of the time entry.
This could be a hindrance, though, for example for customer invoicing or evaluating exact employee working times. Since corrections are quite frequent in day-to-day operations, we have reconsidered the correcting function of the clock: changes to the working time are made for a valid reason, after all, and the clock should behave according to your purpose as much as possible. The new reactions of the clock to your changes are shown in the following: