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. Use NP as the leave code name, and modify settings as needed. 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 the HR Resource Master), you will need to add a schedule code for your non-paid option (Code Type C) to the HR Code Master 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.