Staff member adding `Overtime`
When a staff member clicks on the ‘tools’ tab they can then click the link ‘submit overtime, working hours or flexi time’ .
Once they have clicked the link they can then select the leave type `overtime`, `overtime+`, `flexi time` and `working time` *
PLEASE NOTE * these names are just labels and this is a basic area for recording overtime worked; The labels just serve to offer some reporting separation/grouping and they have no other functionality
Once you have selected the type, then you select the date the overtime was worked, then the start time, the overtime type and finally the number of hours worked **
PLEASE NOTE ** WhosOff does not apply any check at this point and the staff members can select any number they wish, between 0 and 24
At this point the staff member can chose to ‘submit’ the overtime request .
However, should they wish to request some lieu time, which if the overtime is approved would then be added to their allowance they can use the dropdown field next to ‘request in Lieu’.
IMPORTANT a staff member whos leave is in days can request lieu time from 0 to 7 days but a staff member whos leave allowance is in hours can request lieu time in hours up to the number of hours they work on that particular day.
Once the overtime has been requested it appears for the approver to approve, via the ‘Manage Pending Overtime request’ on the dashboard.
Approver admin for `Overtime`
On the approvers Dashboard , the approver may manage the overtime requests by clicking the `Manage Pending Overtime` link.
The `Manage Pending Overtime` interface will display all requests made by their staff. From here the approver may `Approve, Deny, Edit or Delete` the requests.
EDIT TIME - The approver may adjust the request lieu time to zero or any other number available in the drop down list - click `Update` and then click `Approve` . The system will then add the lieu time to the staff members current allowance.
PLEASE NOTE Lieu time added to allowance can not be separated out or have rules applied to that element of leave, it becomes part of the staff members overall allowance.
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