How to Use the “Day Off – Offset” Feature

Day Off – Offset is a feature used to exchange the schedules between a working day and a rest day.

Here’s how to setup Day Offset:

1. Go to the Employee’s profile.

2. Click on Shift Cal.

3. Tick the box of the day where in the employee has a schedule.

4. Click on Actions and choose Day Off – Offset.

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5. Choose the day where you want to move the schedule you’ve chosen and click on ‘Offset’. This means you’re exchanging the work day with a schedule (Aug 18) with a Rest Day (Aug 17).

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6. And the schedule will be updated as shown below:

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7. Update “Day Off – Unpaid” to Day Off – Paid. The reason for this step is to prevent any deduction caused by ‘Day Off – Unpaid’ setting for employees with a monthly pay mode.

To to do this, click on the checkbox with the “Unpaid Day Off” status and under Actions choose Reset to Default.

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8. Tick on the checkbox of the same date and choose Paid Day Off and you’re done!

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Here’s what you should see after applying Paid Day Off:

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Just to restate what’s mentioned above, if the employee’s pay mode is set to Monthly and Day – Off Unpaid was not changed to Day Off – Paid, it will result to a deduction from the employee’s payroll.

That concludes the ‘How to Use the “Day Off – Offset” Feature article’. You should now be able exchange work days and rest days, confidently.

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