Features and capabilities
Attendor brings Leave and Capacity management together, lets you work transparently, plan better, and make data-driven decisions regarding your workloads.
- Registered employees can request a time-off of a given type and period.
- Unit owners and administrators are allowed to book leaves on behalf of employees.
- Requests are subject to approval. A request can be also Denied or Cancelled.
- Relevant administrative personnel is notified when a new request is posted.
- Attendor comes with many pre-defined leave types, e.g. Annual, Sick.
- Unlimited number of custom leave types can be defined.
- Leave types are grouped in category for better visualization.
- Every leave type can be linked to a leave pool, providing allowance and limits.
Leave pools (allowances)
- Unlimited number of custom pool types can be defined.
- The leave pool can be assigned to many leave types.
- Pools are personal – each employee has a pool or default one is used otherwise.
- Pools are per year and automatic carry over process is executed at the end of the year.
As opposed to leave request, employees can register overtime, on a per project basis or in general. Registered overtime is added to the resulting workload when time reports are generated.
Hierarchical organizational structure
- Unit is the core entity in your corporate organization.
- Unlimited number of units can be added, organized in a hierarchical tree structure.
- Users and employees are assigned to one or many units.
- Units and projects are linked in a relation called contract.
- One unit can work on on one or many Projects.
- Projects are what your employees are working on.
- Project can be assigned to a client or defined as “internal”, no client.
- One client can have one or many projects assigned.
- Projects are linked to one or more units, also known as contracts.
- A Client is an entity, external to your corporate organization.
- One or more projects can be assigned to a single client.
- Clients can be given a limited login access to track their projects’ progress and workload.
- Client is the one you usually send time reports – who and how much worked on their projects.
- Time Reports are used to extract an aggregated or granulated information about who (employee, unit) worked on what (projects) and for how long – hours and days
- Time Reports are mainly used to report to your external clients or to gather information about your internal projects.
- You usually use Time Reports to generate monthly reports and invoices.
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