The Workday app provides secure, mobile access to your Workday applications
on-the-go. As an employee, our simple interface allows you to • Review your
pay, view or request time off, check in and out for work, submit your timesheet,
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The app's interaction is completely optimized around the underlying database structure, rather than user needs. Entering time sheets in incredibly laborious -- click on Time Type and wait of a menu of generic time types to appear. Select a time type category, and wait for the system to query the members of that query. Finally, you get to type your value, but don't expect common patterns like Google type-ahead to search as you go. You have to wait again for a server search for potential matches. And once you enter your time entry, if you decide you need to change the category, the Workday app erases the hours field that you entered before, so hopefully you've remembered it. And don't even get me started on expense reports. I sorely miss Expensify and Forecast, which we were using before our corporate office made up standardize on Workday. Workday is definitely a product built for the convenience of the engineers who auto-generate this horrible interface -- not for their users.
Can Workday hire me to create their clock in/out process and what it would appear on screen to users? The current one can be simplified by reducing the number of windows and screens that users has to navigate in order to clock in and out for the day and breaks. Also, just make it plain and simple by listing “check in time”, then a row below that would be the “15-min break”, the row below that would be “lunch”, and finally the row below that would be the time you clock out for the day(“out”). Instead, it currently shows as an example: 8:00-8:31 (meal), the row below shows 9:01-2:15 (meal)... not efficient. Each day I get confused because that’s hard to read, I end up making some mistake as a result, then I email my supervisor to adjust it to the correct time which is a waste of her time. Please fix this, thanks!
I am unaware of the multiple uses of Workday. My primary use of this app, and the primary use explained by my job site, is for viewing paychecks. Our paychecks are direct deposit and this is our only access to view deductions and payments. I have never had a single attempt for an easy log on. The PIN number access changes, the password changes, we’ve gone to an additional Authenticator app to got thru to Workday that times out before you can get number and get back to Workday, and have access denied. I recently made many efforts to write passwords and keep track of the many changes Workday puts me through to view details of my paycheck. I voted one star only to make sure my comment gets a post. If you’ve read this far, zero stars is my true rating.
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