How do I view / print last years staff leave.

How to view / print last years staff leave

To access your staffs last years leave records.

  1. Sign in to WhosOff
  2. click Reports
  3. In the Yearly Breakdown section, complete the text boxes as follows, Year = Last Year, View Type = Breakdown, View = On Screen, Report for = Company. The Run Report will now be available, click Run Report

The staff leave records will now be displayed and if you wish to print the report click the Print This Report link.



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CREATED
05.JAN.2012
REVISED
21.MAR.2012


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