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#1. If you enter the Absences in Hours, the entitlement will also be shown in hours (Unless you create a custom form and use custom code to deduce the days).
Another way is to define the absences in Days, and use 1/2 day (0.5 day) instead of 4 hours.
#2. You can default the starting, ending times and hours worked at the Business Group level or HR-ORG level. This would default the hours on all person-assignments.
Absences are calculated based on -
-Standard working hours on Assignment form
in the same order depending on profiles - HR: Schedule Based Absence Calculation etc..
The problem with entering absence in multiples of .5 days is that we need to allow employees to override the duration.
e.g if I enter 28-Nov-2012 to 28-Nov-2012, the formula is calculating it as 1 day.I can override it to 0.5 but we do not want to give access to employees to override the absence duration calculated by the formula.
Well.. I guess we have to choose between one or the other as we do not want to take custom form route..
Maybe you can define a DFF segment where you allow the employee to store the leave reduction with a Valueset like the below
- Half Day on first day
- Half Day on last day
- Half day on first and half day last day
Then, based on the DFF value, override the duration using Absence API hook.