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Percent Of Efficiency

This page allows you to view the Percent Of Efficiency for any eSUB Hierarchy Level.

Glossary:

No - Displays the number of the selected Hierarchy Level.[ Division / Market Area / Project / System / Phase / Labor Activity ]. Click the name of the selected Hierarchy Level to drill down to the next level.

Orig Est Hours - Displays the original estimated hours for the selected Hierarchy Level.

COR Est Hours - Displays the Change Order Request estimated hours for the selected Hierarchy Level.

Total Est Hours - Displays the total estimated hours for the selected Hierarchy Level.

Used Hours - Displays the actual used hours for the selected Hierarchy Level.

% Used Hours - Displays the percentage of used hours for the selected Hierarchy Level.

Rem Hours - Displays the remaining hours for the selected Hierarchy Level.

% Complete - Displays the percent complete for the selected Hierarchy Level.  At the Labor Activity level, you may enter / edit the percent complete value.

Proj Used Hours - Displays the projected used hours for the selected Hierarchy Level.

Proj Rem Hours - Displays the projected remaining hours for the selected Hierarchy Level.

% Of Efficiency - Displays the percentage of efficiency for the selected Hierarchy Level.

Hours

Date - Displays the date of the accrued hours for the Labor Activity.

Employee No - Displays the number of the Employee.

Employee Name - Displays the name of the Employee.

1x Hours - Displays the number of regular hours accrued for the Labor Activity.

1.5x Hours - Displays the number of time-and-a-half hours accrued for the Labor Activity.

2x Hours - Displays the number of double-time hours accrued for the Labor Activity.

Total Hours - Displays the number of total hours accrued for the Labor Activity.

Scaled Hours - Displays the number of total scaled hours accrued for the Labor Activity.

 

Notes

  • The current System determines the initial display of this page.

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