Backdating a project
Or, switch to your teammate's timesheet and quickly populate their timesheet for them.
This way, you'll no longer have to wait for someone to add the missing time.
You can also hide the Projects and Reports so it's easier for people to just track time. Set up time targets for your team that they need to fulfill every day or week (eg. Once someone falls behind, they'll get an automatic reminder via email to log the missing time.
This way, you'll no longer have to waste time and personally badger your team to log their missing hours. Make your most important fields required so no one can create a time entry without it.
The rules setting the date on which a claim is made are as follows (other than for advance claims): Claims in writing should be sent to an 'appropriate office' (which generally means an office of the DWP).
However, claims can also be sent to the offices of a local authority administering housing benefit or council tax benefit 11where the DWP has made arrangements with them to receive ESA claims.
Constantly have to chase your team and wait for them to add their missing time?
Once all entries are properly categorized, you'll no longer have to spend hours every week on time auditing and fixing other people's timesheets.Or, if that's too much and people actually need to see who logged how much time in some instances, limit their viewing power to only public projects. Hide pages that others don't need so only admins can access them.