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Semi-Monthly Approval Periods

Our timesheet periods are from the 1st to the 15th and 16th to the end of the month. We cannot use the approvals workflow because of this as sometimes timsheets must be submitted in the middle of a week.

It would be very useful if we could configure it to use our periods.

  • Taras
  • Apr 14 2020
  • Future consideration
Tempo Products Tempo Timesheets
Tempo Platform Cloud
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  • Guest commented
    5 May 03:46am

    this is vey much required as most of the jira projects use sprints that are mostly scheduled for couple of weeks at a time..

  • Guest commented
    19 Jan 05:07pm

    This is a truly critical feature for our organization. In the state of Georgia, we are required by law to pay employees at least semi-monthly. Running weekly approvals and payroll is a lot of work for our small business, so we are set on paying on a semi-monthly basis. Without this capability in Tempo Timesheets, we will have to move to an alternative solution.

  • Erica Han commented
    27 Dec, 2020 08:56pm

    I'm surprised there is no semi-monthly timesheet submission/approval in place already, as I've seen across other platforms do for companies who process payroll semi-monthly. Definitely would like this available as the current set up is not ideal for proper cut-off purposes

  • Guest commented
    25 May, 2020 11:29pm

    Agree that this feature is much needed!
    Our pay cycle is bi-montly on the 15th + last day of each month. I would like to set-up timesheets approval on the same cycle, which is currently not possible (either monthly or weekly). I guess that many company have bi-monthly payroll and would be interested in this improvement