Shared leave

Beth Doyle from Transportation Services has been approved for shared leave. Those interested in donating can do so by following these instructions:

From your Workday home page:

  1. Click on the Absence applet.
  2. Click Request Absence.
  3. Click on today’s date only on the calendar (even if donating for a range of dates).
  4. Click blue Request Absence button on the page bottom left side.
  5. Select Absence Type, then Donate Leave, then choose type of leave you wish to donate and then click next.
  6. On the Request Absence screen, click the grey Edit Quantity per Day option.
  7. Enter the amount of hours you would like to donate in the Update All Quantities box, then in the comments leave the name of the recipient. Click Done.
  8. Choose Reason for Donation, then submit.

When submitting donated leave, please list only one recipient per transaction.

Thank you.

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