Carrying unused sick days into the next year in Gen3

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How do I carry unused sick days into the next year? Our policy is to combine up to 3 unused sick days from the previous year to the current year's sick days. All days would be available to the employee on the employee's anniversary date.

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Hi Carl,

This can be achieved by creating a new Time Off policy with the Reset set up as 'Carry up to 3 day(s) Yearly on 1st of January', this will ensure every year the user is only allowed to carry over 3 days. Any balance more than 3 days will be lost to reset.

If you wish to provide complete balance on the anniversary date, then you will need to add a new Time Off policy with a new Starting balance as required.

The below video demonstrates how to set up this policy:-

This is keeping in mind that you do not wish to continue with restricting the carry over of up to 3 days every year and its a one of requirement.



Please contact our support team should have any other questions.

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Lingaraj




(Originally posted by Lingaraj Dharwad)
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Hi All,

Video is available below: 

Creating a new Time Off policy

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Lingaraj
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Lingaraj, the solution you provided does not appear to work. The next anniversary year automatically resets to the annual reset value of 5 days then carries over a full 3 additional days from the previous year - irrespective of the actual amount which is less than 3 days. What now? Is Replicon capable of viewing previous year usage and carrying fractions of the 'up to' number of days? Not an intuitive solution.

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Hi Carl,

Yes, its possible to find out the previous policy details. I have arranged for a call back from the support team for further assistance on this.

Thanks,
Lingaraj


(Originally posted by Lingaraj Dharwad)