This is achieved using Absence Profiles. An Absence Profile is a type of Group. You can convert an existing Group into an Absence Profile or create new Groups specifically for this purpose. Any employee who is a member of a Group that is also an Absence Profile will have the absences from that profile assigned to them.
Absence Profiles are found as a tab within each Group. ‘Absences’ must be ticked in order for the Absences tab to be visible. If you can’t activate the Absences tab in this way, you may not have permission to do so. Therefore, speak to your System Administrator.
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If you’re in the United Kingdom, Focus will check with the UK Government’s data and populate a list of Public Holidays for each year.
As Absence Profiles are types of Groups, they have start and end dates. An employee who is assigned to a profile will only receive those specific absences while they are a member of the group.
If you cannot see the appropriate Absence Reason in the drop-down menu, speak to your System Administrator.
You can remove an Absence from the Absence Profile by selecting the date and ‘Delete Selected Absence’.
A Restricted Administrator can create new Users from a subset of their own User Permissions.
Create Users that can access the employees they need to, based on Groups, Locations, Projects, or any other requirement.