Allowance Pots are used to manage staff members' different leave allowances, for example, John Smith could have 20 Days of Paid Leave and 5 Days of Unpaid Leave.
Once you have created your pot names, they can then be selected in the Leave Allowances area on the User Record
When you add an allowance pot for a user, on the user record, at that point you can choose if it will be Hours or Days
You can use multiple Allowance pots to manage different types of leave entitlement such as Holiday/Vacation, Sick days, Unpaid leave.
When you set up your Leave Types, you can select from which ALLOWANCE POT(s) the leave should be deducted from (if applicable) by;
You can also setup multiple allowance pots to a leave type, if you need further assistance with this contact Support.
Title: Allowance Pots
Posted: Thursday, 20th Mar 2014
By: Phil Cross
Direct link: http://www.whosoffice.com/support/knowledgebase/leave-pots
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