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How does Accruals work with Paid Time Off - Part I

by Admin 28. June 2018 16:16
Many organization offers Paid Time Off leave that accrues over time. Usually, an employee is offered time-off in small increments that are added over time. For example, 1.25 days of vacation may be offered every month of service which accrues until the end of the year. It works like a bank account from where employees can withdraw within the year. At the end of the year, the accrued vacation may be paid-off as wage equivalent by the company or can be rolled over to the next year.

Many countries have created rules for the minimum amount of paid vacations and holidays offered to the employees. The United States is among a few countries that do not currently have a minimum paid vacation days enforced by the government (see minimum annual leave by country).

In most companies, Paid Time Off also depends on the year of service. In the US, according to a survey in 2004, the average paid days off was from 14 to 27+ days depending on the years of service (see Wikipedia)

In OfficeClip, the time-off module can calculate accruals based on various parameters like the length of service, type of time off, roll over and reset.


OfficeClip Time-Off application is available as a hosted (cloud) or a self-installed solution (that can be installed in your private cloud like Amazon AWS). To try out visit the OfficeClip Timesheet product page.

Welcome to BlogEngine.NET 3.1 using Microsoft SQL Server

by Admin 15. October 2012 10:00

If you see this post it means that BlogEngine.NET is running and the hard part of creating your own blog is done. There is only a few things left to do.

Write Permissions

To be able to log in, write posts and customize blog, you need to enable write permissions on the App_Data and Custom folders. If your blog is hosted at a hosting provider, you can either log into your account’s admin page or call the support.

If you wish to use a database to store your blog data, we still encourage you to enable this write access for an images you may wish to store for your blog posts.  If you are interested in using Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL, SQL CE, or other databases, please see the BlogEngine docs to get started.

Security

When you`ve got write permissions set, you need to change the username and password. Find the sign-in link located either at the bottom or top of the page depending on your current theme and click it. Now enter "admin" in both the username and password fields and click the button. You will now see an admin menu appear. It has a link to the "Users" admin page. From there you can change password, create new users and set roles and permissions. Passwords are hashed by default so you better configure email in settings for password recovery to work or learn how to do it manually.

Configuration and Profile

Now that you have your blog secured, take a look through the settings and give your new blog a title.  BlogEngine.NET is set up to take full advantage of many semantic formats and technologies such as FOAF, SIOC and APML. It means that the content stored in your BlogEngine.NET installation will be fully portable and auto-discoverable.  Be sure to fill in your author profile to take better advantage of this.

Themes, Widgets & Extensions

One last thing to consider is customizing the look and behavior of your blog. We have themes, widgets and extensions available right out of the box. You can install more right from admin panel under Custom/Gallery.

On the web

You can find news about BlogEngine.NET on the official website. For tutorials, documentation, tips and tricks visit our docs site. The ongoing development of BlogEngine.NET can be followed at CodePlex where the daily builds will be published for anyone to download.

Good luck and happy writing.

The BlogEngine.NET team

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