Non Working Days Registry
|Non Working Days Registry|
|Name:||Non Working Days Registry|
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- 1 Short Description
- 2 Business Description
- 3 Custom Actions
- 4 Processes
- 5 Related Features
- 6 Related Integrations
- 7 Structure
- 8 Mentioned in other articles
- 9 Technical Description
- 10 Dev Notes
The "Non Working Days" module is a straightforward tool designed to manage non-working days within the system.
It enables the input of public holidays specific to a country, as well as other legally mandated days off based on a given location. Additionally, it allows the inclusion of any custom non-working days that the company deems necessary.
The module offers the following features:
Adding Non-Working Days:
Users can input various types of non-working days, including public holidays and custom company-designated days off.
Single Data Entry Field:
The input/editing interface provides a single date entry field for specifying the desired date.
In the detailed view, users are presented with three fields:
- The previously entered date
- A record name generated based on the date
- The day of the week corresponding to the date
The list view displays all created records within the module. Users can interact with this list in standard ways, such as sorting, filtering, and deleting entries.
Simplified Planning for Employees:
When employees create their work schedules, the presence of non-working days in the system eliminates the need for them to input any work plans for those days. This eliminates the requirement for subsequent approval by supervisors.
If a work schedule is introduced and approved on a non-working day, any work done on that day is considered overtime for the respective employee.
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|Users||one-to-many||Non Working Days Registry||Specific Sugar user can modify many account records, but specific account record last modification was performed by specific user.||Relationship: Users - NonWorkingDays|
|Users||one-to-many||Non Working Days Registry||Specific Sugar user can create many account records, but specific account record can be created by only one user.||Relationship: Users - NonWorkingDays|