WhosOffice gives you a truly flexible approach to manage staff leave and absence. You can have different "pots" of leave entitlement e.g. Paid Holiday, Sick Leave, Unpaid leave and also set which leave types affect particular pots. For leave requests requiring approval, different approval levels can be applied. You can choose single or multi approvers or even approval "chains".
Staff can submit leave requests though the system and approvers can be notified by email and respond accordingly. When processing a leave request approvers can quickly view the calendars to determine whether to approve or decline. The custom report builder lets you review your staff holidays and absences over any period of time.
Optional features such as accruals and carryover enable you to have the system automatically accrue leave over a period of time, or restrict the use and amount of carry-over. You can allow managers to submit leave requests on behalf of their team members as well.
At a glance, view your team / department leave (or whole company) by month, or by day including working times and even localised International times. There is a combined view of Leave and Work giving you a detailed overview of where you staff are.
The number of professionals working part-time is on the rise, with more than 8.6 million people in the UK choosing this form of employment. Can your shift planner cope with part-time employees?
Shift planning is a major pain point for many businesses. Mistakes are common, and the consequences can be huge: under-staffing, poor productivity, even legal consequences if you’re lacking team members with the right skills and qualifications to start work.
Summer has finally arrived – and we don’t just mean the weather. It’s the time of year when a huge number of employees take their annual vacation, and for many businesses, this can lead to shift planning nightmares.
The early May bank holiday in 2020 for the UK will move from Monday 4 May to Friday 8 May to mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day which takes place on 8 May.