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How to use our Shift Audit feature
How to use our Shift Audit feature
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Written by Marc Rosenberg
Updated over a week ago

Shift Audit - See who made edits or approvals to a shift

You can now see a detailed audit trail of all activity for every shift, including who made edits or approved the shift. With Shift Audit, every action related to the shift is timestamped, plus Justworks Hours indicates who made the change. We also tell you whether your employee tracked time from the mobile app or their web dashboard, and if the employee made any adjustments to the shift after they checked out. If your company has DCAA contracts, Shift Audit will help you stay compliant!

To use Shift Audit, go to the "Shifts" tab at the top of the screen and then select any shift from the table. From the Shift Details popup, click the blue "View Shift Audit" link to the right. This will take you to a table which shows a detailed breakdown of information related to the shift.

All information related to actions taken while the shift was still open will be in black text, while all activity that took place after the shift ended (so edits or changes) will be in blue text. All actions are organized in chronological order, so you can easily view what happened with a shift sequentially.

In Shift Audit, we show you WHO made the change, WHEN they made the change and WHAT the value of the activity was both before and after the change was made. In the example below, you can see that Matthew B. made a change to Break time for this particular shift, the previous Break duration was 1hr, 10 min and the new Break duration after the change is 10 min. Because this action is highlighted in Blue, we know that this was an edit made to the shift after it ended.


Have questions or want to learn more about our Business Tier features? Schedule a demo with one of our team members and we'll help layout a custom implementation guide to ensure that your business is getting the most out of our time tracking solution.

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