A number of colleagues work 28 hours (including myself) and do it 3 to 4. So one week 3 days and the week after 4 days.
How do I set up a template work schedule for 2 weeks, I can only choose 1 week schedules.
Best answer by LauraglendonView original
Thank you for reaching out to us on this!
You're right, we do not have the possibility to enter a 2-week working schedule, however I'd like to offer some workarounds which may be of interest to you;
Option 1; Create a working schedule named '3 Day week / 4 Day week rotation, 28 hours' and use Time Tracking With this option, you can track your weekly hours in your Personio account so that the exact days are calculated each week. To do so;
Please be mindful, if this option is chosen that you have configured your Vacation policy accordingly, to ensure that all employees with this schedule receive their full entitlements based off their days accrued. Only the days entered as work days will be deducted from their accrual. More info on this here.
Option 2; Change of schedule on a weekly basis This option would mean that there is no extra efforts on the employees side (no time tracking), although you will have to manually update the working schedule on a weekly basis. To do so;
Should the Attendance Schedules feature update in the near future, we will be sure to inform all Personio users. For now, I hope one of these alternatives will work for you and your company.
If you have any questions on the above, please let us know and we would be more than happy to help.
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Hi there. Are there any new/better workarounds for a weekly different working schedule? Our employees doesn’t have a bi-weekly changing schedule but actually a weekly changing schedule. Could you offer me suggestions on how to manage this in Personio in order to make both their accrual policy and absence balance correct?
On the moment, these are the most suitable workarounds there are for bi-weekly, or weekly changing work schedules.
I can imagine these methods are not always very practical, and I am sorry that I can’t share anything new here.
Let me know if there is anything else I can support you with.