On WhosOffice staff members can submit Overtime if they have worked on their days off or if they worked more than their normal working hours.
To Submit Overtime;
Next, depending on the Overtime Type (see Overtime Types) you may be able to request Time in Lieu to be applied to your allowance upon approval of the request. Click Check Changes.
Now you have the oppurtunity to enter any Notes that you may want to add to the request for your Approver.
Click Submit Overtime.
Now depending on whether that particular Overtime Type required approval or not, it will either go straight into the system as Approved, or it will be sent off to your Approver(s) for actioning.
*Some Overtime Types are setup to apply some Time in Lieu to your Allowance when approved, however it is ultimately up to your Approver to specify how much Time in Lieu is applied*
Title: Submit Overtime
Posted: Friday, 19th Sep 2014
By: Callum Ellis
Direct link: http://www.whosoffice.com/support/knowledgebase/submit-overtime
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