Configure Unpaid / Non-Paid Leave

To allow users to request time off that is not connected to a leave code, enable the non-paid leave option.

This feature allows for one non-paid leave option (you cannot have multiple non-paid leave options listed).
  1. Select Admin > Portal Settings > Time-Off.
  2. Expand the Vista Configuration section.
  3. Select the check box for Non-Paid Leave: include non-paid option in Leave Request Typest
    This adds Non-Paid Leave (default name) to the leave code drop-down when users request time off.
  4. To modify the default name of the Non-Paid Leave option in the leave code drop-down, enter a different name in the portal setting Non-Paid Leave: custom verbiage for Non-Paid leave.
  5. To assign specific behaviors for the non-paid option similar to leave codes:
    1. Select Admin > Portal Settings > Time-Off > General Configuration.
    2. Select Edit for Extended Leave Code Configuration.
    3. Add the HR Schedule Code to the Extended Leave Code Configuration, and complete the options for the non-paid leave code. See Configure Extended Leave Code Settings for details.
  6. If you have linked your Time-Off Requests to the HR Resource Schedule (see Link Time Off Requests to HR Resources), you will need to add a schedule code for your non-paid option (Code Type C) to HR Codes in Vista.
    You will not need to link a leave code. However, you must enter the name of that schedule code in the portal setting Non-Paid Leave: Schedule Code for non-paid leave requestslocated under Admin > Portal Settings > Time-Off > Vista Configuration.
Unpaid time can be requested and acknowledged by managers.