You can take a vacation as spontaneously as you like - but keep the following rules in mind:
- Get the "go" from your lead person & team early on.
- Plan ahead. If possible: plan your vacation at least one iteration in advance.
- Communicate your vacation to your team.
- Submit your vacation to kenjo.
- Set your absence note and add a public out-of-office appointment to your Google calendar.
- Make a vacation handover. You are accountable for ensuring that all tasks and issues have been handed over to your team.
- Cancel your appointments (you can do this automatically through your out-of-office appointment in Google calendar.
The period from October to January is clearly the period with the highest revenue in the store.
Even during the Christmas period, we have to ensure that all teams deal with critical bugs and problems promptly (on working days).
Our teams ensure this through self-organization.
Same guidelines as for vacation apply. We offer overtime compensation as time off.
Important: Kenjo does not offer the option to convert overtime into time off by yourself. If you want to have it converted, please contact your lead/manager. Only after the conversion, you can request overtime compensation via Kenjo. Otherwise, unfortunately, the tool will track negative hours for overtime compensation.
First of all: If you need an overview of people on vacation or absent, you can use the calendar view in Kenjo or subscribe to the Kenjo calendar feed with your own calendar app.
- Send a message to your lead person (before the daily).
- Cancel your appointments on that day.
- Let your lead person know when you’re back.
- If you are absent for a longer period of time, make a handover with your team if possible. You can also set an out-of-office appointment in your Google calendar that automatically declines your appointments.
The submission of the eAU (certificate of incapacity for work) is mandatory after day 3.
Important: If you are sick on a Friday and also on the following Monday handing in an AU is mandatory. This is independent of feeling well over the weekend or having a different illness on said Monday.
If you report your illness via Kenjo, please always note whether an eAU is available or not. It's no longer necessary to upload an AU to Kenjo. The AU is now requested digitally by us from your health insurance companies. However, you still have the right to have the doctor provide you with the AU certificate in paper form, should there be any technical problems. Please always have this certificate issued to you and store it for at least one month.
We know that having sick children can be an extra burden for an individual to deal with on top of their usual work. To give a bit of credit to all the parents amongst us, Thomann.io grants its employees an additional 5 days of leave to take care of their sick children per year, per child. To hand a day in, please use the additional absence rule for the child’s sick leave in Kenjo and note the number of days used, for example 0.5/5, and the name of the child in the comment field when submitting an absence request.
The days don't have to be taken consecutively, they can be taken individually. These days are only valid for children up to 12 years of age.
The first 5 days in a year that your child is sick, you can take care of them at home, without having to get a doctor's certificate, and we will pay your salary as normal, no worries.
For any day after that, Thomann.io won't pay your salary as normal: you will need to get a doctor's certificate and get your salary for those day(s) reimbursed by your health insurer. You can usually get around 60-70% of the salary back from your insurer.
Special leave is an essential aspect of our leave policy that recognizes the diverse needs and situations that you may encounter during your employment tenure. The purpose of special leave is to provide you with the flexibility you need to attend to extraordinary circumstances while maintaining job security.
For the following reasons we offer special leave:
- Death of a relative (1st degree: spouse, child, parents) - 2 days
- Wedding - 1 day
- Birth of the child (fathers) - 1 day (day of birth)
Do not forget to:
- Submit your special leave to Kenjo (use the special leave rule) --> also possible after your return
- Make sure to follow the basic vacation guidelines above