Disable for a Future Date

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Typically we get 2 weeks notice from EEs that are terming. There is no way to future date a Term/Disable the EE, so you have to calendar a reminder to go back into the user after their last day and then Disable them. This is cumbersome and not efficient when you could take care of it well in advance, and when you are processing the term through other systems . Every other system I have ever worked on has this ability. Is there a plan for this to be rolled out in Replicon? 

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Moore, Toni

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Aashnee Kamboj, Community Moderator

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HI Toni,

All the EE's that you have in the system, do they record only hours or do they also perform other approval actions?

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Aashnee
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Moore, Toni

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We have both. Some are only EEs, others are Supervisors with approval actions. If the EE was a supervisor, generally (in other systems) a system message would pop up and say "has EE's that report to them" if the reports have not been moved to a new supervisor.
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Aashnee Kamboj, Community Moderator

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Hi Tony,

Thank you for the clarification. As for the employees that are end users, I can suggest putting up an end date. Post the end date (provided you have the timesheet validation rule in place) the user will not be able to enter any time on the timesheet.

As for the supervisors, I will be taking it up as an Idea and have the concerned product management team look through.

Thanks,
Aashnee
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Moore, Toni

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Thank you! I was not aware entering the end date prevented them from entering into timesheets so that will be helpful with those EEs. We will just have to go back and disable them after their term date. 
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Aashnee Kamboj, Community Moderator

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That is correct Toni. However, like I said you will either need a validation rule if you are using the custom timesheet format or will have to disable the option to add time beyond end date in timesheet template if you are using the Standard/In-Out timesheet format

Thanks,
Aashnee
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Richard, Design Team Manager

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Currently the end date functionality on the user profile provides enough functionality for most of our customers to handle scheduled departures.  As noted above there are situations where this is not enough, we will continue to monitor this in case those situations become a bigger problem.