Remove autocheck of Time Off policies for new users

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  • Updated 1 year ago
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Our company has offices in three different continents and therefore has many different time off policies based on location and seniority.  When I create a new user in the system, all time off policies are automatically checked.  I have to manually uncheck over 40 time off policies in order to create a new user.  Please change the system to default to NO time off policies selected, and allow me to check the ones the employee needs.
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Rachel Slaughter

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Posted 3 years ago

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Lingaraj Dharwad, Product Champion

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Hi Rachel,

Thank you for using Replicon community

I have marked this as an idea & will be reviewed by our PM team.

Thanks
Lingaraj

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Kathy Piggford

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Hi Rachel,

We import our employees nightly from our HRIS into Replicon and based on their location and employee type it automatically selects the correct time off policies.  If you want to save yourself some time see if PM can set that up for you.

Kathy
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Charlene Eriksen, Product Manager

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Hi Rachel,

We've been working on a new version of our time off system that works this way. You have to explicitly assign time off types and policies to new users. I'll mark this as Planned as the functionality will be available in future.

Thanks,
Charlene
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Paul Dziedzic

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Any word on the progress of this enhancement - our number of plans is also growing and this is becoming more of a burden to maintain.
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Karen Chao, Product Manager

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Hi Paul, 

We are still refining the system. We don't want to move any existing customers over until we can ensure a smooth transition. 

Karen