This article contains an overview of the Flexible Employment type and Flexible Holidays within HR & Payroll.
Flexible Employment Definition
A Flexible Employee is an hourly or shift paid employee who works regularly, but does not have a standard weekly working pattern.
Employees who started before the start date of current Holiday year:
Allowance x (days difference between Holiday year start date to current date/ days difference between Holiday year start date and end date)
Employees who have started after the Holiday year start date:
Allowance x (days difference between employee start date to current date/days difference between employee year start date and Holiday year end date)
Holiday Pay = (Holiday Days Taken in Current Pay Period) * (Average Summary Rate) * (Hourly or Shift Rate of Pay)
Average Summary Rate = ((Total Pay Over Previous 12 Weeks) / (Number of Days Worked Over Previous 12 Weeks)) / (Hourly or shift Rate of Pay)
(Average Days per Week) * (The number of weeks holiday allowed for a Flexible Employee)
Further Key Details
A Flexible Employment Type is set up by selecting Flexible in the Employment Status within the Employment Details page
Holidays days are accrued, booked and taken in days and are requested through the HR module
Flexible Holiday allowance can be capped
This report displays the authorised, unauthorised and remaining Holidays for a specific Location, Division and Date Range as well as the status of each Holiday taken.
Holiday Year to Date
This report displays a summary of the employee’s Holiday fields for a specific Location, Division and Date Range.
WFM - Flexible Holiday Articles