Days worked vs working days

My Intranet, an intranet solution to manage leaves and absences, offers to manage leaves as working days, days worked, calendar days and hours.

Managing leaves as days worked

As a rule, when dealing with paid leaves as days worked, the employee benefits from a quota of 25 paid leave days per year (5 weeks of 5 days worked). One week is then accounted for as a 5 worked days period, from Monday to Friday.

Managing leaves as working days

When dealing with leaves as working days, the employee benefits from a quota of 30 paid leave days per year (5 weeks of 6 days worked). A week is then accounted for from Monday to Saturday, which means 6 working days. When employees want a week off, the request is submitted from Monday to Saturday, i.e. 6 working days to be counted out of their earned balance.

Managing leaves as calendar days

When counting with calendar days, every single day will be impacting. As a result, for a week holiday from Monday to Sunday, 7 days will be counted.

Managing leaves as hours

Employees are granted an hour yearly quota for their holidays which they will require either on a free basis or according to a predefined daily time-table hourly impact.

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