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Leave management system helps companies keep staff

Media release - Mantrack – December 2003

Leave management system helps companies keep staff and customers contented

Especially at this time of the year, many employers face a formidable task of juggling and approving leave applications.

They need to ensure they are keeping staff happy but retaining the right workforce to do the job for themselves and customers over Christmas-New Year – traditionally a time with high priorities on maintenance and preparations for the year ahead.

One company addressing these needs through its outsourced automated payroll and management systems is Mantrack, which offers an on-line leave management system designed to radically simplify for employees and employers alike the process of planning, applying for and approving leave.

The myLeave Leave Management System eliminates paperwork and cuts delay by enabling employees and supervisors to action time-off applications simply by entering the dates and type of leave being sought after the employee has viewed his or her entitlements online.

Managers can in turn view the applications on a graphical Leave Planner where they can see the overall pattern of leave applications and personnel availability, helping them to make prompt informed decisions on approvals and staffing levels.

Employees used a personal ID code to get immediate access to their entitlements, while managers can at a glance see all employees’ leave history, leave balances, pending leave applications, authorisations, authorisations awaited and statutory holidays.

Used with the Mantrack PayOffice system, myLeave saves time by eliminating paperwork, enhances employee satisfaction by speeding up the process and helps managers by ensuring compliance with company policies. Because myLeave is a web-based, there is no software to install or support and no additional hardware required to operate the system.


Mantrack automated on-line payroll systems are used by more than 300 Australia and New Zealand’s leading companies including AAMI, Affco, Avis, Babcock International, BASF, Burger King, Caltex, Capral, Chubb, Coca Cola, DB Breweries, Envirowaste, Fedex, Frucor, GE Commercial, John Sands, Jenny Craig, Pfizer Laboratories, Pilkington, Singapore Airlines, Stamford and Sheraton Hotels, St Lukes and Cabrini Hospitals, Ravensdown Fertilizers, Four Seasons hotel group, Repco, Silicon Graphics, and regional health and local government authorities.

For more information please see... http://www.mantrack.com.

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