When staff members submit overtime in WhosOffice, the request is sent off to their assigned Approver(s). Depending on how the overtime type is setup, will dictate what level of approval is needed (see Overtime Types).
There are two ways to get to a pending overtime request in the system, 1. Clicking on the pending request from the Dashboard under "Tasks / Notifications" or 2. Going into the Pending Overtime area. Please see below on how to approve overtime.
1. Dashboard Tasks / Notifications
2. Pending overtime area
An Email will then be sent out to both the Staff Member and Approver on the decision given for that request*.
*If the overtime type is set to require further approval than just one approver, you will be notified on the email that it has been sent for further approval.
**Overtime types can be setup to either give back paid time or time in lieu, when you are approving the request you have the option to set how much lieu time is granted.
Title: Approving Overtime
Posted: Thursday, 07th May 2015
By: Callum Ellis
Direct link: http://www.whosoffice.com/support/knowledgebase/approving-overtime
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