An employee can have a range of various contracts, but it important for this to . be in the same location A contract can have many fields and options available. To start creating contracts in Holded, just click on the Team app > Click Contracts
Beta: This is a new feature in Holded, currently in beta phase.
Create multiple contracts with various contract types in the Holded Team app. Beta: This is a new feature in Holded, and is currently in beta phase.
Which contract types are available?
The contract types available in Holded will be the following:
- Indefinite (this is a permanent contract, with no end date)
- Temporary (this is a temporary contract with an end date specified)
- Training and learning
You will also be able to mark a contract as Active or Inactive. This information will be displayed on in the contracts landing page
How to create an employee
To start creating a contract go to the Holded store and ensure that the Team app is enabled. Once you have this available, you will also need to have an employee already existing in Holded. Once you have this, follow the next steps:
- Click on Contracts from the left hand side navigation bar > Click Add contracts
- Choose an employee from the list
- Add the date they started working at the company
- Enter a finish date (if there is no finish date, just leave this field as it is and the text no final date will be displayed.
- Choose a contract type from the range of options available
- Add the employee's job title
- Add the Gross salary
- Choose whether this is hourly, weekly, monthly or yearly. If this is a yearly contract, you will be provided with a text box to enter how many payments will be made. The default here is set to 12.
- Next you will have to click the bar to mark this as an active contract
- Enter the number of hours for this contract
- In the Unit option choose the type of work schedule, whether this is day or week. For this, you'll also have to choose the contracted days
- Now you'll have the opportunity to upload files, this can be labour contracts, offer letters or any additional documents you want to associate with the employee and their contract