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XactTime Holiday Timesheet Settings

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1. Fill in the settings as appropriate:
a. Activate Holidays Rules: These settings define if XactTime will pay holidays and
what they will be called.
b. Pay Holidays: Select this option to pay holidays within this policy.
c. Pay Type: Select the pay type to use for the holiday entry (typically Holiday).
d. Holiday Eligibility: These settings define what requirements the employee must
meet to receive a holiday.
e. Minimum days of employment to qualify: Enter in the number of days that an
employee must be employed with the company in order to qualify.
f. Employee must be scheduled to work on the holiday: Select this option if the
employee should receive the holiday only if they are scheduled to work on that day.
g. Qualify employee on scheduled days: Select this option if the employee must
work the days they are scheduled in order to receive holiday pay. If not selected, the
last day the employee worked before the holiday and/or the next day they worked
after the holiday will be used to qualify.
h. Required to work: Select which days the employee must work to qualify.
i. Minimum minutes before: Enter the number of minutes an employee must work on
the day before the holiday. This value is used only if the employee is required to
work the day before.
j. Minimum minutes after: Enter in the number of minutes an employee must work on
the day after the holiday. This value is used only if the employee is required to work
the day after.
k. Holiday Timesheet Settings: These settings define how and when the employee
will receive their holiday hours.
i. Apply the Holiday on the Next Day: Select this option if the employee’s holiday
should be recognized on the day after the date entered in the holiday list.
ii. Holiday hours apply towards overtime: Select this option if the holiday hours
should be included when calculating overtime pay.
iii. Un-worked holiday.
a. Minutes to add for each unworked holiday: Enter the number of minutes
an employee should receive for holiday hours when they did not work on the
holiday.
i. Worked holiday.
a. Minutes to add for each worked holiday: Enter in the number of minutes
an employee should receive for holiday hours when they work on the holiday.
b. Multiply worked hours by a factor of XX to increase the holiday time
duration: Select this option to pay employees more for time worked on a
holiday. If they get eight hours for a worked holiday, the holiday factor is 1.5,
and they worked 1 hour on the holiday, they will get 9.5 paid hours on the
holiday. 8.5 holiday hours and 1 work hour.
l. Holiday Daily Overtime: These settings define how hours will be paid. Note: Daily
overtime rules override both standard daily overtime and unscheduled daily overtime
settings.
m. Pay Overtime anything over XX hours: Select this option if the holiday hours
should be paid as overtime. Enter the number of hours an employee must work
before overtime begins.
n. Pay Double Overtime anything over XX hours: Select this option if the holiday
hours should be paid as double overtime. Enter the number of hours an employee
must work before double overtime begins.
2. Click Apply Changes to complete the entry.
Note: The changes will not be saved if you do not click Apply Changes.

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KB0032 Published 1st Oct 2013


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