Nominal Hours Calculation, Part Time Absence

Updated 10 months ago by Leigh Hutchens

This article relates to Classic.

In this example, an employee is set up using the following parameters

Full-time working hours 40 hours/week, 5 days/week = 8 hours nominal full-time/day. The employee is scheduled 8 hours each day and is about to start a 90% sick-leave.

Begin by entering the scope of the leave, in this example the employee will be on sick-leave 90% of his normal nominal hours, 90% of 8 hours = 7:12 hours.

As the employee is supposed to be on sick-leave for 2 days you will have a calculated nominal time of 14:24 hours during the leave.

These hours are divided by day over the first segment.

In this example we choose to keep the second segment and delete the first, resulting in 7:12 hours of sick-leave and 0.48 hours of scheduled time for each day of the sick-leave.

  • If the employee is scheduled less than 7 hours and 12 minutes a day, you would get only leave.
  • If the employee is scheduled more than 7 hours and 12 minutes a day, all scheduled time exceeding 7:12 hours will remain scheduled on the employee.

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