How do I log employee sick leave? (Mobile)

Modified on Tue, 5 Dec, 2023 at 5:29 PM

No matter what you do sometimes employees will be ill. We can't do much about that but we can help you to easily keep track and report on it. That's almost as helpful, right?

  1. Head over to the team page by clicking on the 'More' button at the bottom of your screen and choosing 'Team' from the menu. Select the Absence tab.
  2. Click the plus button at the bottom of the screen to start creating the sickness record.
  3. In the resulting form, find the relevant employee, then select the date on which the employee's sick leave began, and whether it started in the morning or afternoon.
  4. If the entire period of sick leave is in the past select the final day on which the employee was unwell and whether they stayed off sick all day or if they returned in the afternoon. If the employee only took one day off then the end date should be the same as the start date.
  5. If the employee is currently on sick leave and you don't know when they will return you can leave the return date blank and add it later; the record will be created as currently ongoing.
  6. Next, choose the type of sickness that the employee has reported; this is stored so that you can report on it later.
  7. If you want to add a note against the record you can enter this in the 'Additional details' field.
  8. Note whether the absence should be paid or unpaid.
  9. Once you're happy with the record click to confirm at the bottom of the form.

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