In this month's edition, we have some hints and tips regarding on what to do in Sage HR if an employee's working status changes, the process to offboard your employees, and tips on how to use our knowledgebase to access hundreds of useful Sage HR articles to find the answers you need.


When an employee goes from full-time to part-time hours

Sometimes you can have a situation where an employee is changing their working status, moving from full-time to part-time. When this happens this requires changes to how an employee is set up to replicate their new circumstances.

If you're wondering what you would need to do in Sage HR, such as changing their working pattern or holiday entitlement, don't worry. We have a handy guide that explains what you would need to do in Sage HR if someone goes from full-time to part-time, with the same steps also applicable if going from part-time to full-time, just slightly tweaked.

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Offboarding employees in Sage HR

With the end of summer, there are companies that often need to offboard employees who were temporarily hired for summer work. For example university students doing temp work over summer in-between academic years.

If you are in a similar situation, or you just generally have leavers to deal with currently, we've got you covered. To help you we have a guide that provides an overview of what you would need to do in Sage HR to offboard an employee. If you've not done this process before in Sage HR, or need a reminder, this guide has everything you need.

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Using the Sage HR Knowledgebase

To help you use Sage HR, our knowledgebase has hundreds of articles to provide you the answers you need. Whether this is to find out how to do something, or how to resolve an issue you are having.

We have created a guide that shows you just how easy it is to use the Sage HR knowledgebase and get the information you are looking for.

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