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Sage HR Newsletter - November 2022
Sage HR Newsletter - November 2022

Useful tips and advice when using Sage HR.

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Written by Oliver Cook
Updated over a week ago

In this month's newsletter, we provide some tips for you to use at this time of year, with maybe your holiday year-end coming up, as well as the festive period. This includes how to check what time off your employees have taken so far, and how to onboard new temporary starters for the festive season.

Check your employees' unused days

With the end of the year approaching, we recommend taking a look at how much annual leave your employees have left to use. This is so your employees don't risk missing out on days off they're entitled to.

There are a few different ways you can check your employees' remaining available days off.

Pin announcements

Announcements are a useful way to communicate updates to people in your company.

A useful feature after you create an announcement is the ability to pin it. When pinned, that announcement always shows at the top of your feed, even above newer posts. This helps make sure a specific post is always seen.

📌TIP: You could do this for an announcement to help you remind employees to use their remaining time off.

Onboarding new employees for the holiday season

If your business recruits temporary staff for the festive period, this means you need to process potentially many new starters. To help you with this, check out our guide to remind you of how to onboard employees in Sage HR.

Prepare for holiday year-end

Earlier we explained how you can check your employee's unused time off for this year. This is part of preparing for your holiday year-end. We have a handy guide that gives an overview of what to do in Sage HR before this year ends.

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