Either supervisors or team managers can be made crew managers in Replicon. Supervisors are assigned directly to workers, and can approve their timesheets; whereas team managers are not the workers’ supervisor, but can manage timesheets for any group of workers they’ve been assigned.
Refer to How crew timesheets work for more information.
Team managers for use with crew timesheets are only available in Workforce Management.
To set up crew managers:
You can use an existing permission set, if all managers assigned that set should have crew permissions.
You can create broad or narrow groups, depending on your preference. For example, you might create a city-wide group and assign all workers in the city to it, if workers tend to frequently move from one job site to another within that city. Or, a group could represent a single job site.
Crew timesheet is available in these products: TimeAttend Plus, Workforce Management, Replicon for ADP RUN, Replicon for Workforce Now. If they'll be using projects or tasks, they’ll also need TimeBill or TimeCost. If you're using the team manager role, they'll need to be assigned Workforce Management.
The manager will only be able to mass add entries to timesheets if all team members are using the same timesheet format (e.g. all are using In/Out + Allocation).
If team members will be punching in and out, they'll also need to be assigned a punch entry policy.
If you'll be allocating hours to projects and tasks, you can use the In/Out + Allocation format. If crew team members will punch in and out themselves, and you need to allocate hours, you can assign them punch timesheets (and punch entry policies), together with the time distribution grid component.
There is no fixed maximum. However, ease of use and system performance may decrease if you’re working with over 100 users on one timesheet.
Yes. If more than one person will be managing users, you can assign multiple managers the same group or groups, or one can act as manager and one as supervisor.
No, they don't.