The TriNet Time Dashboard is a visual workspace where key metrics are monitored at-a-glance and tracked in real time. The Dashboard is a powerful tool for supervisors, managers and employees and can be customized based on user access roles. By default, the Dashboard is the first screen users see after logging in to TriNet Time.
Does everyone see the same Dashboard?
Not necessarily. Managers can create multiple Dashboard views based on user access roles and permissions. For example, a supervisor with full access may see table views and charts displaying employees who are clocked in/out, time entry errors or even time entries that still need to be approved:
Employees may see the following Dashboard giving them access only to a webclock for clocking in and out.
For detailed information on user access roles and setup instructions, view the help topic entitled Admin > Security > System Access Roles.
Quick Tips on Configuring your Dashboard
1. Click on the icon.
2. Select the number of columns in each row from the dropdown. This will display empty containers for your widgets.
3. Drag and drop from the Available Widgets list into the empty containers.
4. After setting up the widgets, click Save & Close to save your Dashboard.
You have successfully configured your Dashboard.
Dashboard Widgets Explained
Errors & Exceptions Widget
This widget will list all the errors received during the pay period selected in the drop down. It will list the errors by employee, and you can click the employee's name to review the error. Once the error is reviewed/resolved, the error will be removed from the list.
This widget will list all unapproved time for the period selected in the drop down.
When clicking on the employee's name, you will be able to approve the entries on the Approval View screen. Once approved, that entry will no longer be displayed in this widget.
Only unapproved entries will be displayed within this widget.
This widget simply displays a chart of how many of your employees are currently clocked in vs clocked out.
This widget simply displays the employee and their current punch status. This also includes the latest punch timestamp for each employee. Use the drop down to filter the employees.
Scheduled vs Worked Chart
This widget will indicate the number of hours that were physically clocked vs the number of hours scheduled. Remaining hours indicates the amount of hours your employees still need to work before you need to apply more shifts.
Approaching Unscheduled Overtime
This widget indicates an employee who has worked a portion of their scheduled overtime but may be approaching additional overtime work that is unscheduled.