Broken time schedules within the day are commonly used in construction or other companies that rely on material delivery to finish on time like pouring cement or other concrete blocks.
Automating timekeeping daily time record (DTR) pairing logs on biometric finger scanner time-in/time-out is first-in/last-out concept within the shift of 20 hours to get the accurate result in 3-shifting schedule. The paired logs in excess of 20 hours flag as invalid record, only time-in captured and time-out is empty prior to manually editing by employee or timekeeper, subject to approval by head department.
Broken time schedule is not suitable for automating work hour distribution, needs module data entry to handle accurate computation, and the system automatically gets approved computed hours during the timesheet processing. The logic computation is time difference for every time in/out entry that excess of regular shift hours is overtime worked. The approver decides if overtime work is required to deduct 1 hour OT lunch break or OTND lunch break before it approves.