Paid time off is normally accruable, so any hours not used in one year, is passed on to the next year.
People can enter notes into their day entries as a description for their supervisor or just a note for themselves.
Time off plans can vary with the years employed. For instance, an employee earns an extra 2 days time off each year.
Draft versions can be checked before being finalized by a manager.
You can name the types of time used. For example: 'PTO' (Paid Time Off), 'Public Holidays', 'Working at Home' and 'Maternity Leave'.
Choose what kind of time is accruable and at what rate. For example, Employees earning 80 hours of paid time off per year will accrue paid time off each timesheet.
If someone takes many months off in unpaid leave, the years of service is adjusted accordingly. Also part-timers can accrue according to the amount of hours they worked.
The designated company owner can see and manage all accounts, but managers can be charged with finalizing timesheets of their own group.