Create a Vacation Request Approval Workflow for Google Apps

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January 11th, 2013 Google Apps  

Managing vacation requests looks simple from afar, but supervisors and HR teams responsible for managing the process know how much of a hassle leave requests can be. Despite leave requests becoming largely digitized, many workplaces – especially, big teams – witness chaos because the process is carried out through emails, spreadsheets, and timesheets; and requests can’t be traced easily.

Automating the leave request process holds the key to making leave requests effortless, both for managers and employees. Whether it’s a one-day absence from work or a longer time-off, a leave request usually has to go through two levels of approvals – from the leave-requesting employee’s manager(s) and the HR department. KiSSFLOW’s Vacation Request App not only helps you create a standard, streamlined path, it can also clear the confusion and help in tracking and auditing, which is not possible in emails and spreadsheets.

Creating a Vacation Request Workflow with KiSSFLOW

KiSSFLOW has a pre-built Vacation Request App that is part of its 50+ applications designed for mainstream enterprises to manage their everyday processes. You just have to complete a simple, 4-step wizard in KiSSFLOW to kickstart a Vacation Request Workflow within minutes.

Take a look at the video above to help you create an easy-to-manage vacation request approval workflow for your company.

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The leave request workflow can be completed in just a few hours and enables all employees to get a clear record of their leaves without complex email trails. Automating your leave request with KiSSFLOW keeps email confusion out of the way and facilitates a smooth recordkeeping.

KiSSFLOW is a Keep it Simple & Smart Workflow for Google Apps that simplifies the entire Vacation Request Process possible for business users. You can sign up with KiSSFLOW to get a free 14-day trial, no credit card required.