Are there plans on adding back an Adjust button for accruals/balances, the ability to stop accruals without Disabling an EE, and deducting multiple TO types from one bucket?

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EEs stop accruing awards when they are on Leave, however, the only way to stop the award in Replicon is to Disable the EE. However when you Enable the EE when they return, the Accruals we were preventing by Disabling, are then added to their balance. This causes you to have to create a new policy and set their balances to be the correct amounts.

There needs to be a comment field beside the Policies so we can keep notes in the system as to why we are creating a new policy or setting balances for Auditing and historical purposes.

An Adjust button with a Comments field would be so much better than adjusting/adding policies. As I understand it, there used to be one, but it was removed for reasons that I cannot figure out. You have taken steps backwards in removing it in my opinion.

If there was a Stop Accrual button or Disable Accruals vs. Disabling the EE, that would be helpful to manage EEs on leave.

Also, if there was the ability for more than one type of Time Off to deduct from one TO type. For instance, Vacation and FMLA Vacation should be able to both deduct time from the Vacation bucket of accruals. This would give us the ability to deduct from the correct bucket (vacation) and also track the time used for FMLA. Same for Sick and FMLA Sick time off.

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Moore, Toni

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Aashnee Kamboj

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Hi Toni,

We are checking this internally and will update you accordingly.

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Charlene Eriksen, Product Manager

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Hi Toni,

I would like to add better support for leave in future but unfortunately it's not on the short term list. In the meantime, I would suggest adding a new policy effective the start of their leave where you carry over the balance from the prior policy but have no accruals or resets. Then when they return, you can create a new policy that matches their original one. It's a bit of work but should prevent accruals during their absence.

Buckets is another area we've looked at but don't have immediate plans for.