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Holiday Pay Support

It would be great if Ximble was able to support paid Holiday.

  • Guest
  • Jun 25 2018
  • Likely to Implement
Why should we implement this

It would be great if Ximble was able to support paid Holiday, allowing teams to be paid based on the companies Holiday specifications. 

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  • John commented
    2 Dec, 2019 10:43pm

    Please add the ability to enter holidays as paid days off and the system automatically adds them to each employee, instead of having to manually add in the holiday hours to staff timesheet/having the staff clock in for holiday pay.  

  • Emily Gruber commented
    5 Jun, 2019 11:40pm

    You can setup a PTO policy called Holidays and create whatever settings you like for it... even block out days on the schedule. Isn't this redundant?

  • Guest commented
    15 Apr, 2019 04:14pm

    I would like Ximble to include a Holiday tool that captures data on employees who work during holidays and are compensated at 1.5 times their rate.  The feature will help us identify clock in and out hours during the holidays and overtime.

  • Nadya W commented
    21 Nov, 2018 07:19pm

    Please, I wish this was available ASAP as I do not have the time to calculate the time and half rate for each employee manually and then export to our payroll provider. 

  • Alma Domingo commented
    5 Sep, 2018 01:49am

    This holiday feature would create one less entry for our processor instead of manually having to add the HOL paycode into Ximble.  Bamboohr should sync the holiday and FH to Ximble. 

  • Brittni Engle commented
    20 Jul, 2018 05:36pm

    This would be a welcome addition!!! We have company paid holidays that are loaded each year but also new employees are eligible for the remaining company paid holidays after 90 days of hire. It is important that we accurately track this and Ximble would work so much better for us if we could have it load based on the Holiday specifications instead of an accrual rule.