How do I change my company holiday year?

This is one of the few settings that cannot change once you have started to add your staff and users (we use this setting to correctly identify the current year from the next).

If you set up the company holiday year incorrectly, please contact

Please note that only the following is removed by changing the company holiday year;

  • User Diary Records (Approved historical and future leave requests)
  • Pending User Leave Requests
  • Overtime Requests (Approved and Pending historical / future records)
  • User Allowances 

For information on how to print off reports for the above information please feel free to follow the below link.




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