All other attendance settings in general can be configured here.
- Admin can also stop attendance regularization during set period by employees or managers either by requests or editing attendance
- Set what days to calculate as working days and work duration.
- Use payroll cycle for attendance- if yes, check box.
- Hide attendance policy- if yes, check box.
- Hide OT policy- if yes, check box.
- Show overtime for past dates- If yes, check box.
- Select freeze date for leaves and attendance from the dropdown calendar.
Switch toggle for the days on which overtime should be configured.
Configuration can be done for 3 types of days:
- Weekly Offs
- By default, the compensatory off is applicable for all employees. Under the Applicable For section, specify the Department, Office Location, Location Type, employee type, etc. to restrict it to certain employees.
- Specify the minimum hours required to credit 1 full day. The number of hours should be at least 1 hour.
- 1 day comp off will be credited when employee’s work duration is greater than minimum required hours in 1 day.
- Select compensation method for overtime.
- Comp-off restriction:
- On accrual- allows employee to accumulate minimum required hours in 1 or more working days.
- One time: employee’s work duration must be greater than minimum required hours, within a single working day.
- Comp Off earned will lapse after mentioned days. You can leave it blank if you don’t want the compensatory offs to be lapsed.
- Enter the maximum number of leaves allowed per month. If the value is set to zero, it is taken as unlimited.
- Enter the Consecutive Leaves allowed per month. If the value is set to zero, it is taken as unlimited. Also, this should be less than or equal to Maximum Leaves allowed per month.
- Other fields you can specify include whether compensatory off is applicable for Holidays/Weekly Offs, Maximum leaves allowed in a month, etc.
- Reset Comp off balance at the end of leave cycle: If selected yes, it will reset the comp off leave balance in selected month.