Maximum consecutive days, now at leave type level

manage_leave_types.jpgWant to allow staff to take a maximum of 14 days holiday in one go, but only a maximum of 2 days sick, now you can.

From a number of requests over the past few months we have implemented a change whereby the maximum consecutive days a request can span for is now managed/set at leave type level meaning you can set larger or smaller amount of consecutive days depending on the leave type in question.





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