Canceling a Time Off Request


How to cancel a request that was already submitted or approved?

As an Employee, Manager, or Administrator, you may be able to cancel or request a cancellation for a request that was already approved or submitted. 

 

  • Here’s how to cancel a single, partial, or Multiple day request: 

 After login into your account, you will have two possibilities to cancel a Time-Off Request. 

 First option:

  1. Click on the request within the calendar.
  2. If the request is in the past select “Request Cancellation(s)”.
  3. If the request is in the future and your account is set to allow you to cancel a request select “Cancel Request(s)”. 

 Second option: 

  1. Select Time-Off Summary on the left side menu.
  2. Find your request under “Time-Off Requests” 
  3. Select View Info
  4. If the request is in the past select “Request Cancellation”
  5. If the request is in the future and you are allowed to cancel a request select “Cancel Request(s)”. 

 

  • Here’s how to cancel a single day within a multiple day request: 

 After login into your account, you have two options to cancel a Time-Off Request. 

 First option:

  1. Find the request within the calendar and click on it. 
  2. Select the date you are looking to cancel from the date drop-down menu “View Request For”.
  3. If the request is in the past select “Request Cancellation”
  4. If the request is in the future and you are allowed to cancel a request select “Cancel Request(s)”. 

 Second option: 

  1. Select Time-Off Summary on the left side menu.
  2. Find your request under “Time-Off Requests” 
  3. Select View Info
  4. Select the date you are looking to cancel from the date drop-down menu “View Request For”.
  5. If the request is in the past select “Request Cancellation”
  6. If the request is in the future and you are allowed to cancel a request select “Cancel Request(s)”. 

 

 

Hints & Tips 

*Note: For Managers and Administrators you will find the Time-Off Summary under the “Reports” option. 

 

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