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Leave requests on the web version
Leave requests on the web version

Your can easily keep track of your team members' leave requests in Eitje.

Updated over a week ago

This article talks about creating, handling and resetting leave requests on the web version. Team members with the role of 'Admin' or 'Approve leave requests' can also create requests on behalf of other team members.

Also have a look at the leave settings.

Create a leave request

You can easily create a time off request via the Schedule > Time Off functionality.

  1. Go to 'Schedule' in the menu.

  2. Click on 'Time off'.

  3. On the bottom left of the page or under 'Tools', click on 'Create request'.

  4. Fill out the relevant fields and click on 'Submit'.

Process a leave request

If a team member has created a leave request, the Admin or team member with the role 'Approve leave requests' will have to process it. :

You find the following information in the leave request (depending on the contract type):

  1. Amount of leave hours to take: Here you can enter the number of hours you want to allocate to this leave request. Eitje does a suggestion for people with a fixed contract based on workweek in the contract. You can always adjust this.

  2. Contract hours: The 40 hours in the example are based on the data from the contract of this team member. By hovering over the black icon, you can see the workweek of this team member.

  3. Message for team member: You can leave a comment for the team member here.

  4. Extra information regarding leave balance: In case this affects the leave balance, it is convenient to know how many leave hours someone has and is going to build.

  5. Edit the request: If you want to edit the request, you can do it here.

  6. Team members with leave: You can see which team members also requested leave in this period.

Reset a leave request

Do you want to adjust an approved leave request?

  1. Open the request and click on 'Reset leave request'.

  2. This request will now move to the ''Pending requests.

  3. You can now edit and/or reject/approve this request.

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