TimeSimplicity & Other Product Ideas

Time-Off Calendar should not show days with 0 hours (Holiday, weekend, etc.) as Off on the calendar.

If an EE sends a time-off request that covers a range of dates that includes days with 0 hours, the calendar shows the check mark and their name as if they are off that day.  This causes confusion for management and employees when reviewing the calendar.

  • Guest
  • Nov 21 2017
  • Will not implement
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  • Guest commented
    25 Jul, 2018 02:47pm


    I realize this is very late (I had no idea there were comments) but what I meant was if I send a request for Monday - Friday but actually plan to work Wednesday (leave that day as 0 on the request) it shows Wednesday as off.  Seeing how you interpreted my request makes me reconsider however, in this case I think the EE should be requesting Mon & Tues and a separate request for Thurs * Fri instead of one request for the whole thing.

  • Guest commented
    19 Jan, 2018 07:58pm

    I was going to write up this exact same request today and then stopped to consider employees who take voluntary time off and aren't compensated for it.  They would still need to show up on the calendar so that shot me dead in the water.

    We rewrote our documentation for TOR and advised clients that if they didn't want a zero hour day showing on the calendar, reject the request and have the employee resubmit it.  It seems to have worked out okay for us so far Adam!  I hope you experience the same.

  • Bill Masur commented
    20 Dec, 2017 07:06pm

    Could you add some details on how this is confusing?  Wouldn't be confusing if someone was off but they now looked available on an unpaid day?  Thanks!