Control the schedule of employees leave and absences. The JOUROFF Software also makes it possible to highlight public holidays.
We offer you the possibility to visualize over a full year, the planning of holidays for a better work organization.
When setting up the JOUROFF leave software, the manager sets up the parameters that correspond to the constraints of the company :
♦ Rules for calculating leave counters
♦ Leave management working days
♦ Leave of part-time employees
♦ Number of days of paid vacation per month
♦ Export leave and absences to payroll software
♦ I go on leave, I delegate the validation to another colleague Manager
Some collective agreements provide seniority leave for employees meeting a certain number of criteria.
The first condition being the date of seniority in the company, but in other cases, the Age criterion is included for granting additional leave for seniority.
The JOUROFF software gives you the possibility to set up rules dynamically.
These rules are based on the socio-professional category of each employee according to the provisions of your collective agreement, as shown in the examples in the following table :
As an administrator I can consult the Management Space assigned to each Manager :
♦ Leave pending validation
♦ Validation members
♦ Delegation Managers
The JOUROFF software gives you the ability to customize the file format to export leave balances :
♦ Header, date format etc.
♦ You define the order of the columns by dragging and dropping
Your file is customizable, you can import your leave into any Payroll Software.
Thanks to our Reporting tool, we highlight, on the one hand, the days actually worked, and on the other hand, days of leave taken by the employee.
The JOUROFF software gives you an overview that allows :
♦ to master the legal periods of taking leave
♦ to control the contracts of the employees with the fixed days
♦ to better organize the team planning, following the peaks of activity
Some practical cases for leave management
In French legislation paid leave can be managed in two ways. Namely : working days or business days.
It should be noted that business days are all days of the week with the exception of the weekly rest day (usually Sunday), and public holidays not worked in the company.
From the moment you have been able to determine your situation according to the working days or business days modes, the calculation of paid leave is quite simple.
The basic rule is that the counting process will be the first day the employee should have worked, and then every business day is counted until work back.
In other words, the calculation of leave is based on the number of working days included in the leave period.
Part-time employees do not escape the rule of calculation presented above.
On the one hand, the rule of acquiring paid leave for part-time employees remains the same as for full-time employees, however, the calculation of days of paid leave is based on the number of working or working days included in the leave period, including days not worked for part-time work.
However, you can also estimate part-time leave entitlements in proportion to the number of days worked.