Administrators can set flexible attendance correction rules with Feishu's attendance system, including whether to allow employees to correct their attendance and restrict the correction time, frequency, and period.
- 1.Go to the Settings page
As an administrator, go to Attendance Admin > Attendance Group Settings, click New attendance group or Edit an existing attendance group, and enter the Settings page.
Note: To configure multiple attendance groups, click Batch set, select the attendance groups, and click Batch set again to configure.
- 2.Set correction rules
Employees are only able to correct their attendances after administrators have checked the Allow corrections option in Attendance Settings.
There are several correction rules available:
- •Restrict correction time: Only allow employees to request attendance corrections within a set number of days. For example, if the restriction is set to 7 days, then employees can only request corrections for the past 7 days and can't request for corrections beyond the past 7 days. If set to 0 days, then only same-day corrections are allowed.
- •Restrict correction frequency: Restrict the number of times employees are allowed to correct their attendance. For example, you can set to allow only 3 corrections each period.
- •Set correction period: There are 2 calculation methods for correction periods:
- ◦By calendar month: A period starts on the first day of each calendar month and ends on the last day of each calendar month;
- ◦By custom period: You can customize the start date of the period and the duration is 1 month. For example, if the start date is on the 16th, then the end date would be the 15th of the following month.
Note: You can't set the 29th, 30th, or the 31st as the start date of custom periods.
- 3.Employees request corrections
When administrators have enabled the correction function, employees can request corrections on the Attendance homepage, Request page, or Statistics page.
Employees can also view the details on correction rules by going to the Attendance homepage > Correction rules.
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