On each employee's 'card' in Natural HR there is a circular display known as a 'donut'. This 'donut' normally shows the total of all of the employee's timeoff allowances in Individual Allowance types, with segments for the number of days off booked, taken, used in mandatory days and remaining. For example:
In this example, the employee has a total of 21 days allowance. Of these, 1 day is booked, 1 day is taken, 8 days are used up by the company's mandatory days, and there are 11 days remaining.
In some circumstances, you may have a scenario where the employee doesn't have allowances of a given type, but you do want to record and display the number of days they have taken. The system contains an option to allow timeoff of this type to be displayed in the 'Donut'.
With this option switched on, the donut display changes:
This is showing that the employee has booked or taken 2 days. The value in the centre of the donut also changes - instead of showing the total number of days remaining, it shows the total number of days booked/taken.
This feature can be enabled on a company level by going to:
Admin > Company > Settings > Timeoff Settings (global)
Under the Display Settings heading, change the setting 'Timeoff no allowances' to 'Yes'.
It can also be enabled on a site level by going to:
Admin > HR > Data Management > Sites
Please note that site-level timeoff settings need to be enabled in order to switch on this feature for an individual site. For further information on site level timeoff settings click here. Once enabled, under the Display Settings heading, change the setting 'Timeoff no allowances' to 'Yes'.
Once you have enabled the setting, you will need to choose which Timeoff Types to include in the total in the donut. To do this, go to:
Admin > HR > Time off Management > Time off Types
Click the 'Pencil' icon in the actions column to edit a timeoff type. Under the Display Settings heading, change the setting 'Timeoff no allowances' to 'Yes'.
The timeoff donut will then contain the total of the number of days booked or taken for all of the timeoff types with this setting combined.