Shared employees scenarios

Updated 3 months ago by Malin Lindbom

A shared employee is defined as a person who has the direct role employee in more than one group (i.e., typically a section and/or unit). Below you can find examples of the most common shared employees scenarios.

Employees shared between sections

Scenario 1

Criteria
  • An employee has direct role in two sections under the same home unit.
  • Each section has a manager with absence permissions and with direct role level 5.
Result

The notification will go to both managers on the sections (referred to in the image below as "M lvl5" - manager, level 5).

Note that in the picture above, the green colour indicates that the individual with multiple roles is the same person.

Scenario 2

Criteria
  • An employee has direct role in three sections under the same home unit.
  • Two of the sections have a manager with absence permissions and with direct role level 5. The third section has no one with a manager role.
  • A manager with absence permission has a manager role on unit, role level 4.
Result

The notification will go to both managers on the sections (referred to in the image below as "M lvl5" - manager, level 5). The manager on the unit will not receive any notification.

Note that in the picture above, the green colour indicates that the individual with multiple roles is the same person.

Scenario 3

Criteria
  • An employee has a direct role in two sections under the same district.
  • The sections have a manager each with absence permissions and with direct role level 5.
  • A manager with absence permission has a manager role on the employee's home unit, role level 4.
Result

The notification will go to the managers on the sections (referred to in the image below as "M lvl5" - manager, level 5). The manager on the unit will not receive any notification.

Note that in the picture above, the green colour indicates that the individual with multiple roles is the same person.

Employees shared between units

Scenario 4

Criteria
  • An employee has direct role in two units under the same district, one of the units being the home unit.
  • A manager with absence permission has a manager role on the employee's home unit, role level 4.
  • A manager with absence permission has a manager role on other unit, role level 4.
Result

The notification will go to the managers on the home unit (referred to in the image below as "M lvl4" - manager, level 4). The manager on the "away" unit will not receive any notification.

Note that in the picture above, the green colour indicates that the individual with multiple roles is the same person.


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