How come the report "Holiday and Sick Leave" report does not show the YTD sick leave when I run the report


Hello there, kevin.cooney,

The Holiday and Sick Leave report has to be manually exported to Excel so you can view the YTD total of your employees. I'm here to guide you how.

Here are the steps:

  1. Go to the Reports menu.
  2. On the search box, enter Vacation and Sick Leave.
  3. Select a specific employee or filter all Active Employees.
  4. Click the Run Report button once done.
  5. To export to an Excel file, select the Share drop-down at the top, then choose Export to Excel.

Once done, you can add the total used and the available balance to get the YTD total.

That'll keep you going, kevin.cooney. You'll be able to view the YTD earned, available, and used holiday and sick hours of your employees.

To learn more about creating a vacation and sick report, you can check out this article: View the Vacation and Sick Leave Report.

Should you have other payroll concerns, let me know by leaving a comment below. I'm just around if you need help.

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