> To access this module, go to “Leaves”, under “Leave Types” , click "View List". 

> You will see different types of available leave in the company in accordance to the Employment Act 1955 which have been sanction by the Government.

> If you would like to add other type of leaves, go to the “ADD link to add type of leave.

> Example:

Name                                     : Comppasionate Leave

Description                            : Sekiranya berlaku kematian

Minimum days to apply         : -7

Leave allocation                     : Annually

Setting                                   : Allow probation

Leave type parent                  : None


 > Minimum days to apply” is where staff need to apply for leave within the timeframe set by the company. If 3, it means that staff are required to apply for leave no later than 3 days prior to the leave date. If -3 (negative number), it means that staff are required to apply for leave no later than 3 days after the leave date. 

> Additional information:

 Leave Allocation: The way leaves are granted to staff. If annually, it means that staff are getting the overall leave at the beginning of year.  If you are using the pro-rate system, thus you need to select “Daily” as your leave allocation.

Allow Probation?: Tick “/” in the box if you allow probation staff to apply for leave.

This leave is an annual leave: Tick “/” in the box if this is annual leave.

Calendar Days Leave: Tick “/” in the box if you would like to calculate off days and public/state holidays as a part of the leave as well. This is normally used for maternity leave.

Prorate for newly joined staff: If the leave entitlement for the year is prorated for newly joined staff (normally used for annual leave), then tick “/” in the check box.

Leave Type Parent: If leave balance is depending on another leave, please select that leave as Leave Type Parent. For example, if you want each time staff apply .

> Once completed, click on the “Save” link.