Leave: Setting for a Permanent employee
Permanent Employee (full time or part time)
These are the most common type of employee. Permanent employees have the full set of employment rights and responsibilities.
Employees have to meet certain criteria to qualify for some employment entitlements, such as parental leave, parental leave payments, annual holidays, sick leave and bereavement leave. There may be small differences between full-time or part-time employees because of their work patterns.
For further details on entitlements for a permanent employee please see Employment NZ https://www.employment.govt.nz/leave-and-holidays/annual-holidays
Select method "Rate set as per the `holiday act"
Number of days an employee would work in a typical week. This will determine how many days are allocated each year on their anniversary ie 5 days = 20 days allocated each year. Make sure to change this field if the employee's typical week changes
Number of hours an employee works in a typical week. If the hours are varied enter the most they would work commonly each week.
The default "set custom rate" will use hours in a typical week divided by days in a typical week to determine typical hours in a day ie 40 divided by 5 = 8 hours. Whenever 8 hours is recorded in a timesheet for annual/sick leave 1 day will be deducted from the employee's leave balance.
If the employee works set varied hours on different days choose "same as default standard week" this will then determine what the typical hours are for a particular day ie when leave is recorded as 4 hours in a timesheet for Wednesday 1 day will be deducted from the leave balance as this is the typical day.
Typically your employees start date. Do not enter a date in the future.
Any allocated leave the employee has not taken as at now. Becareful not to include any accrued leave see Entering history to calculate accrued leave
This is the last anniversary the employee was allocated leave before starting with Thankyou Payroll. If they are new employee just enter their start date.
Any Lieu days the employee has been allocated but not yet taken.