Holidays Leave Overlap
Able to create overlapping leave requests
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STORY BEHIND THE FEATURES
Odoo forbidden overlapping leaves. If you have overlapping leaves, you should splitt them manually between 2 different leaves.
As soon as you record holidays, it's common to have overlapping leaves because some holidays are included into the period. So, Cluedoo gives the possibility to make a request with overlapping but split the leaves into several linked requests to have a full visibility.
This module make the leave request easier both for the employee, who need to make only one request, and for the manager who can validate in one time all the linked request.
You take your holiday from April 29 to May 3, with may 1st on a working day. By doing one request, the system will create a first request from April 29 to April 30 then from May 2 to May 5. Your manager will quickly see that you take 2 x 2 days off, with an holidays in the middle and that you will be off for the whole week.
To be installed on 100% of database using advanced leave management.
OUR FEATURES AS SOLUTION
Handle overlapping Time Off Requests
HOW TO USE THIS MODULE ?
In Odoo, when a time off request has been already approved and user submits another time off request in which overlaps the previously approved date(s), the system will stop to proceed this request.
By applying this Cluedoo module, user can proceed the mentioned leaves request with splitting durations
Create time-off request from 12/28/2020 to 12/31/2020 (4 days)
Create another time-off request from 12/30/2020 to 01/06/2021 (6 days). There will be a notification that the leaves will split
When we save the request, it automatically splits the time-off (before it's 6 days, now it's 4 days)
The manager can approve each leave request solely or approve all linked requests at once
Manager can consent all linked requests by clicking on "Approve Linked Holidays"