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Review team members' regularization & permission requests

Updated in March- 2024 | Subscribe to watch greytHR how-to video

Attendance regularization requests are formal requests made by employees to adjust or correct their attendance records. Seeking permission in advance for an absence or deviation from the regular schedule helps in maintaining accurate attendance records.

The Review page in the greytHR ESS portal allows you as a manager to view details, reject, and, approve, your team member's regularization and permission requests. You can also view the details of all the closed regularization and permission requests from this page.

The page displays the following tabs:

  • Active: Displays all the regularization and permission requests of team members.

  • Closed: Displays all team members' approved, rejected, regularization, and permission requests.


To view the Review page, click To Do > Review

Review team members' regularization & permission requests

To review your team member’s resignation request, perform the following actions:

  1. On the Review page, click Regularization and Permission requests.

  2. Under the Active tab, select the required team member’s resignation request card. The card expands.

  3. Click View Details to view more details about the request.

    Note: You can view more details of the request such as From date, To date, submitted on by clicking View Details.

  4. Click Forward to forward the request to the next level reviewer.

  5. Click Reject to reject the request according to the requirement.

  6. Click Approve to approve the request.

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