The WP-HR Manager dashboard (overview) page includes elements like the checkin / check out widgert, employee birthdays, announcements, leave calendar etc. This feature would enable users to switch visability of each element on and off.
Currently leave requests are for whole days – add feature to allow requests for half day or less.
At the moment vacancies are all shown on one page. This feature would allow users to ember details of individual vacancies on any page/post of their site.
At the moment the Leave Management module allows admins to set up holiday dates – such as Christmas. However, these are universal and apply to all employees regardless of location. The feature would allow multiple holiday calendar to be created linked to location so that different sets of holiday dates can be created according to national requirements.
Let the leave management be accessible on the front-end as well. That way employees can make leave requests and see on the calendar who’s out of office without having to acces the dashboard.
And while were at the subject: Let HR make shift-schedules and let employees view that on the front-end as well.
Thanks in advance, love the plugin so far!
Apologies if this functionality already exists. Can you add the ability to assign carried over or ad-hoc holiday entitlements to an employee?
Hi there, I know this is a common request, but please allow me to reiterate the need. It would be great to have half-day leave capability, with a sub-selection of AM or PM (ie. ability to take Friday afternoon off). This would then deduct only a half day of allotment from the employee’s remaining count. The hourly feature is okay, but still deducts a full day. Thank you!
It would be great if you can develop additionall to month, week and day a new view for the whole year. This would be perfect and help a lot of your users.
in Employee list view i ant to see 1st column as Employee ID Number. Please inform how can i do it.
1) hourly /half day request (this is a must have)
2) Our HR enforce sick days allowance accrued quarterly.