Time Off Management

What is time off management?

Time off management is the administration of employees’ time off in a company. By law, companies must comply with the minimum local leave entitlement requirements. How companies manage time off depends on both local laws and internal company policies.

The most common types of time off include vacation and sickness. However, other types of time off include 

As mentioned above, how many days an employee is entitled to is subject to employment contract, logal and national rules on annual leave entitlements. In an effort to stay competitive, employers may offer additional time off for their employees. Due to the variation of time off regulations, it is important to work with an absence management tool and have clear strategies on time off management. Read this blog article to find out more about annual leave management policies, strategies and best practices.

Annual leave management: the essential guide

Other related articles:

Guide to holiday accrual rules and COVID-19 impact

Your guide to annual leave, entitlements and management

Everything you need to know about annual leave carryover

Time off in lieu: everything you need to know

Leave of absence: what employers should know

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