With the Job Scheduling Setup screen in Add mode, new work schedules can be created to apply to individual resources.
The Eralis Scheduling Tool allows you to schedule all aspects of resource use. While some of this work is productive job work, there will also be a portion of this time which is not productive. Examples include:
- Statutory holidays
- Annual / sick leave
- Preventative maintenance
Non-productive scheduling allows you to record non-productive time against the Subjob to accurately track the associated costs. Non-productive categories are setup under: Administration > Setup > Job > Job Scheduling > Non Productive Categories
The above setup screen allows you to define:
- The non-productive categories you want to track
- The link to the Subjob
- The Item Code which to be used when generating scheduling timesheets for these items
|Description||A user defined value for the non-productive category. This value will be displayed in a drop-down list when using the non-productive scheduling form.|
|Subjob||Search list of active Subjobs||
The Subjob that will be used to track costs associated with this category. Each category must have it's own unique Subjob.
Recommended best practice is to create a separate Job Type for internal / non-productive work. You do not need to create a
|Item Code||Lookup of non-inventory items||
The item code is used when generating scheduling timesheets for the scheduled non-productive time.
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