Time Off Request
ShopClock make it easy for employees to request vacation, sick, PTO, Uncompensated, or Bereavement time off. by showing the employees the days on which other employees have already scheduled time off, ShopClock also makes it easy for them to follow company rules about how many employees can take the same day off.
Whenever the employees time card is displayed, the employee can open the Request window by clicking on the Calander Icon.
This window provides the employee with a way of requesting any type time off except holidays. It also shows the employee the amount of Vacation, Sick, and PTO hours that are currently available and shows on the calendar which vacation and PTO days have already been scheduled by other employees. Reviewing previous years provides a history.
Available vacation, sick, and PTO hours are displayed on the left side of upper panel. A legend explaining the markings on the calendar is presented on the right hand side of the upper panel, and the calendar is shown in the lower panel.
Holidays, Vacation, Sick, PTO, Uncompensated, Time Worked, and Bereavement days which have been approved by the Administrator are shown with black numbers and a light background colors.
Days which have been requested, but not yet approved by the Administrator, are shown with white numbers with a darker background color.
To request time off, click on the desired date. The Time Off Request Dialogue box will appear.
The left half of the Request Time Off dialogue box displays a list of all the managed time requested (in white letters) and already approved (in black letters) listed in the order in which they were made for that day. Hopefully this will help employees schedule time off around each other.
Complete the dialogue by entering the number of decimal hours being requested and the kind of time off being requested. Select the starting time, and if desired enter a note about the request. For example a 2 hours of sick time starting 10AM could be requested for a dental appointment.
The administrator will be made aware of the time off request the next time either padlock is opened.