Allowances Information Pane
On the right hand side of the page is an information pane which provides some details about the selected event type and lists allowance details for the members who can request the selected event type, arranged as a table. If the event type has an allowance, then the allowances for users that can request the leave type are listed and can be configured.
Above the allowance table there are 2 groups of 3 buttons. The first group are filter buttons and the second are action buttons.
Filter Selectors (Workgroup, Employee, Year)
The allowance list can be filtered by work group, employee and year. In our example the list only shows members of the 'Office' work group for 2020.
Export to Excel(csv)
Clicking this button will export the data for the currently selected event type to a CSV
Preview Carry Overs
Clicking this button takes you into the carry over system. This allows you to preview and perform a carry over from one year to another of the remaining allowances for the selected event type. For more details about this see the Carry overs explained
Reset to Default
Clicking this button will reset all allowances for the currently selected event type to their default values. If you manually change any allowance values you can reset them to their default values with this button.
The allowance table has the following columns:
This column lists the user's Last name, first name (work group), the user's current leave year start date and employment start date.
This column displays the user's annual allowance for the event type.
Allowance This Year
This column displays the user's allowance this year for the event type. It takes into account if the user will not work a full year (started and/or ended employment within the current leave year) and any accrued TOIL. Below the allowance, if Public holidays are included in the allowance, the number of days that will be deducted for Public holidays for the current year.
This column displays the user's remaining allowance this year for the event type. It takes into account any time already requested, included public holiday deductions and any accrued TOIL.
This column displays the accrued TOIL by this user for the current leave year.
Allowed Carry Over
This column displays the maximum number of days or hours that can be carried over from the current year to the next.
Included Carry Over
This column displays the number of days or hours that have been carried over from the previous year to the current year.
Editing The Allowance Table
On the far right hand side of each row is a 'Pencil' edit icon which can be used to edit the information for that user. There are also 'Edit All' buttons at the top and bottom of the table to allow you to edit all the listed users simultaneously. When any of these options are clicked the table can then be edited. The 'Employed On' date can be changed and spinners appear to allow 'Annual Allowance', 'Allowance This Year', 'Allowed Carry Over' and 'Included Carry Over' values to be changed.
Event types and Allowances Sub Menu
Near the top of page, just below the main menu is the Event types and Allowances sub menu which has four buttons as follows:
Clicking this button will take you to the 'Event Types Details' page and allow you to create a new event type. For more details about this page see the Event types in depth
Clicking this button will take you to the 'Event Types Details' page and allow you to edit the currently highlighted event type. For more details about this page see the Event types in depth article.
Clicking this button will create a new event type as a copy of the currently highlighted event type. It will be created with the same name but with '- Copy' appended to it. This is useful if you need an event type that is similar to one that already exists.
Event Type Request Restriction
Clicking this button will take you to the Request Restrictions page which allows you to define groups of users that are allowed to request specific leave types. This page is discussed in detail in the Request Restrictions section of the Restrictions Part 2 help article. For example, if you have part time users who should only request hour based holiday and full time users who only request day based holiday, you would set up request restrictions to restrict part time users from requesting day based leave and visa versa. Only the users allowed to request the event type will be displayed in the list for each event type.