Maybe you are right. I'll try to restate in "real world" actions.
My client, an employer, has 5 employees who sometimes she needs to supervise from off site.
The employees need to complete certain tasks within a time period.
The employer wants to log on to see that they have indeed shown up for work, have completed the tasks in the time period they should have done it ( and other issues not pertinent to what I'm conveying here, ie, customer complaints, etc which I am handling with one more fields of office notes).
So my earlier concept is flawed, I'm guessing. Still in database design (understanding) mode.