View the dashboard on absences and leaves

The dashboard displays graphical information on key indicators of absences and leaves. It is available in the Reports, to users with the permission "View dashboard", and gives access to aggregated data at legal entity level. 

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Absenteeism evolution

To follow absenteeism evolution, you have both an annual and monthly representation: 

- Absenteeism rate allows to compare current year rate known as today, to the one of last year. Hovering the graph, you will find total number of days related to absenteeism, and theoretically worked days on the year. 


- Absenteeism leaves evolutions shows the number of days relative to absenteeism, month by month, for current and last year

Which absences are included?

All absences approved or pending approval on accounts identified as absenteeism.
To do so, go to Configure > Accounts, click modify next to the account you need to change and activate the Abseenteism parameter in the advanced options.

Approval follow-up

You can view the distribution per state of the requests made by employees during the last 30 days. You also have access to the number of requests made late, that is to say after the first day of absence.  

Note : absences pending approval are also shown in the Absence report type. The history of the requests made by a user is displayed on its home page (Request leave page). 

Annual leave distribution

This graphs shows the distribution month by month of the annual leaves, allowing comparison between current year and last year. 

Which absences are included?

Only absences on accounts relatings to categories of type "Paid leave", "RTT", "Seniority", "Split days" (French specificity) are taken into account. Absences pending approval are included.

Sick leave evolution

This graphs shows absence of type sick leave of a given account. 

Which absences are included?

Only absences on accounts relating to categories of type "Sick leave" are taken into account. 

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