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TUTORIAL: Setting up absence plans

TUTORIAL: Setting up absence plans

 

With this video we're starting the Time and Attendance module overview series. This tutorial will show you how to easily manage absences with Lanteria HR:

1) Create absence plans

2) Manage different types of absences

3) Setup calculation rules



Skills & Personal Attributes Management

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Lanteria Skills

 

Skills exist as an entity within the Lanteria System alongside competencies. Although in our vernacular we often equate skills and competencies as synonyms, within the Lanteria environment, there are nuanced differences.

Competencies: Competencies are associated directly with the Performance Module and can be assessed in performance reviews. They are comprehensive items with descriptions and criteria, defined levels of aptitude, and are furthermore linked to job roles.

Skills...


Changing employee's job role

 

The processes of defining and changing the job role of a particular employee are very similar. When hiring a new employee, we choose the appropriate job role from a menu of job roles that we have previously defined.

Similarly, when you wish to change the job role of an employee you simply locate the employee in the employee database. Open their employee card and click on the “Edit” icon in the ribbon at the top of the card.

Scroll down the employee card until you find the “Job Role” field. Select the new job role from the picker and click ‘Save.’

Remember that...


Changing employee's job position

The Lanteria HR system offers users the ability to view their organizational structure in a variety of ways.

On the Org Structure Chart (the link to this chart is found on the top-right hand corner of the Organizational Structure page in the Core HR section), you will see that the employees organized into departments (Organizational Units), with their full name and job position listed in the box.

An individual’s position in the organizational chart is determined by their assigned job position, which is tied directly to an organizational unit.

Thus, to change the...