Creating, configuring, and deleting workload schemes requires the Tempo Administration permission.
Employee work requirements depend on the definition of the work week that you define here with the workload schemes. The workload scheme is reflected in Tempo Timesheets as the number of working hours required per week and per day; in Tempo Planner, it's reflected in the number of working hours per week and per day that can be planned for each member.
You can create different workload schemes to address different working hour requirements, and then assign the members to their appropriate scheme. For example, employees who work in different countries might have different working hour requirements, or some employees might be working only part-time. All Tempo users must be assigned to a workload scheme, and by default, everyone is added to the Tempo Default workload scheme. When a new user is added to Tempo, they are automatically added to the default scheme.
Holiday schemes also affect the working capacity for employees. In fact, the capacity is equal to the working hours minus holidays.
Check out this video to see how to create and set up a workload scheme:
To create a workload scheme:
- Select Settings in the Tempo sidebar.
- Under Working Days, select Workload.
- Add a Name and Description for the new workload scheme.
- For each day in the week, set the number of working hours.
- Click Add to create the new workload scheme.
- Click Set Default to the right of the workload scheme you want to be the default. New users are automatically added to the default workload scheme when they access Tempo.
- You can edit the name, description, and working hours of the workload scheme inline.
Adding Members to Workload Schemes
Adding a user to a workload scheme will remove them from any other workload schemes the are included in. If you wish, you can move users from one workload scheme to another.
To add a member to a workload scheme:
- Click Members to the right of the workload scheme.
- In the Member field, search for a user and then click Add. When a member is added, a Move dropdown button is displayed. You can then quickly move a member to another workload scheme if necessary.
Deleting Workload Schemes
You can only delete a workload scheme if there are no current members. If the scheme has members, you must first move them to another workload scheme.
To delete a workload Scheme:
- Click Delete to the right of the workload scheme.