Save time and benefit from up-to-the-minute insight with Cezanne HR’s smart, integrated and configurable Absence management module. Designed to work your way, it lets you manage every kind of absence for all types of workers, in the UK or worldwide.
- Dramatically reduce administration overheads
- Automatically calculate holiday entitlements
- Improve accuracy
- Boost visibility
The Absence module copes with even the trickiest of calculations, so you don’t need to. Simply define your rules, and the system takes care of the rest, updating employees’ entitlements based on working hours, company rules and local calendars.
You decide when entitlements are calculated from and the accrual, rounding, carry-over and seniority rules to be applied. Mandatory holidays are easy to set up and supporting different regional or international HRIS requirements is simple too.
The Absence module allows managers and the HR team to approve and track holiday requests and other absences – which saves everyone a lot of time.
Leave requests are automatically routed through your approval processes, triggering emails and updating task inboxes. Everyone is kept informed and everyone saves time. Managers can delegate approvals if they need to and, if processes get stuck, you can step in to sort them out.
You’ll have the freedom to configure approval processes to fit your way of working. For example, to include a multi-stage approval and notification process – invaluable where employees are involved in different projects or hold multiple roles.
Accurately record, authorise and reward overtime with easy online requests and approval workflows.
From recording sick leave to tracking sickness levels, you’ll find Cezanne HR’s Absence module has everything you need to stay compliant and effectively monitor and manage unplanned absences.
Where attendance is problematic, HR or line managers can have open, informed conversations with employees based on a shared understanding of sickness levels and can work together to find solutions.
Alongside easy access to accurate absence data, Cezanne HR alerts line managers to events that need their attention.
For example, you could set the system to trigger a notification if an employee’s sickness levels exceed your KPIs, or to remind them (and an employee) that self-certification note is overdue. It’s a powerful way to help managers stay on top of absences and ensure others are following through
Track what matters most to you with easy configuration options that let you set up as many different types of absence as you want, each with its own rules, authorisation workflows and notifications.
- Maternity Leave
- Paternity Leave
- Adoption Leave
- Parental Leave
- Compassionate Leave
- Medical Appointments
- Jury Service
- Public Duties
- Military Service
- Careers Leave
- Study Leave
With all your absence data secured and organised in a single system and instantly updated, accurate meaningful information is available whenever you need it.
See data at a glance
Dedicated absence dashboards make it simpler for you to keep an eye on critical trends, such as working time lost by year, or by working day, and focus down on individual organisation units.
Bradford Factor scores are easy to see and, thanks to point in time reporting, you can select different reference dates so you can look back at past performance as well as seeing current data.
You’ll have the freedom to configure dashboards to focus on those charts that are most relevant to you, and secure self-service access means that line managers can gain insight into their own teams.
Drill into the detail
As you’d expect, the Absence module comes with preconfigured queries that allow you to generate reports at the click of a mouse.
Queries can be created from scratch or modified, saved and shared with colleagues or line managers, and scheduled to run on specific days if you want.
Since query and reporting is an integrated feature – not a bought-in add-on – it follows your security roles, so you won’t need to worry about managers or restricted HR users seeing information they shouldn’t have access to.
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