Is it possible to change the maximum number of days that can be taken for an hourly leave and the unit time taken?

Is possible. Please set according to the following procedure.

 

Change the maximum number of days that can be acquired

Change and register Settings > Schedule > Leave type settings > [Edit]> "Hourly Vacation" for the applicable leave type .

 

"Apply"

With no specific restrictions, you will be able to get all of the leave granted in hours.

 

"Apply (up to 1-5 days)"

* Displayed only for subtraction type vacations. Limit how many days of vacation you can take in a year.

 

*If hourly vacation acquisition data exists, you cannot change it, so please contact the support center.

  

About 1-year calculation

Where the start date of the year begins depends on your settings.

 

[1 Set the start date as the start date of the business year

 

  (Example) I want to set the start date of the business year: 4/1 and the hourly leave from 4/1.

 

In the case of the following settings , the start date of the business year will be the starting date of the hourly leave.

 

Settings > Other > Options > "Schedule Settings" category > Paid leave grant function: When not used

 

*Start date of the fiscal year

Settings > Other > Options > "Company Information" category > Fiscal year start date: ○ month ○ day

 

[2 Start date is the grant date for each employee (granted based on the hire date)

 

(Example) If the first paid leave is set 6 months later and is set to the annual paid day, the hire date: 5/1 → The first paid leave is given half a year after joining the company, so 11/1. Hourly leave is from November 1st to 1 year.

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Please note that the starting date for one year does not change even if you give it manually.

 

In the case of the following settings, the first grant date will be the start date of hourly leave.

 

Settings > Other > Options > "Schedule Settings" category > Paid leave grant function: Use

Moreover,

Settings > Employees > [Employee type settings] > Applicable employee type > Leave-related categories > “Paid leave”: [Paid leave-related settings] >

 

・ First reference date: First grant [6 months after joining the company, and set as the annual grant date

・ Second reference date: No ⦿

 

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* If you are using the "employee-specific paid leave setting function", the one registered in the employee settings will be given priority.

 

[3 Start date is the grant date (granted on the grant date basis)

(Example) Date of joining: 2/01 → Granted for the first time on 8/01 six months after joining the company, and granted on 6/1 for the second and subsequent times. For one year of taking hourly leave, we would like to set it as 5/31 from the first 8/1 to the grant date, and from 6/1 to 5/31 after the second.

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In the case of the following settings, the grant date will be the start date of hourly leave.

 

Settings > Other > Options > "Schedule Settings" category > Paid leave grant function: Use

Moreover,

Settings > Employees > [Employee type settings] > Applicable employee types > Leave-related categories > “Paid leave”: [Paid leave-related settings] >

 

・ First reference date: First grant [6 months after joining the company, and set as the annual grant date

・ Second reference date: Unify the grant date to [6 month [1

 

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* If you are using the "employee-specific paid leave setting function", the one registered in the employee settings will be given priority.

 

Change acquisition hourly unit

It is possible to set the acquisition unit for how many hours each hourly leave is taken.

 

Settings > Employees> Employee type settings > [Edit]> "Leave-related" category> Click the [Details] button> Select "Time unit for taking time leave"> [Register]

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(Example) If you set the unit for vacation (by hour): "2" hours

→Daily contract work hours per day: For employees of 8 hours

You can get 2 hours, 4 hours, 6 hours, or 8 hours at a time, so if you try to get only 1 hour by editing work data, the following error will occur.

 

Error

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