Creating and Maintaining Non-Working Days - (Public Holidays Tab)

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The following are instructions for the use of the Public Holidays tab to create and maintain the non-working days specifications involved in your solution.

If required, please see Define Non-Working Days for an explanation of when and why to configure non-working days, including examples.

Rename or Add Public Holidays

Rename or Add Public Holidays

Using the Public Holidays tab it is possible to rename Public Holiday sets, or Add new sets of Public Holidays.

Rename an Existing Public Holidays set

The name of each Public Holidays set is referenced within drop-downs for selection in SLA Plans and Regions.

To change a name, choose the corresponding Public Holidays set from the drop-down list (3) and select the Rename button (4).

Add a new Public Holidays set

A new Public Holidays set can be introduced to your SLA Management solution by selecting the Add button (5).

This will create a new Public Holidays set that can be selected within the drop-downs for SLA Plans and Regions, with default or empty values in all configuration settings.

Define a Public Holiday or other Non Working Day

Define a Public Holiday or other Non Working Day

It will often be the case that for one or more of your contractual SLA agreements cover will not be provided during one or more public holidays or other specific non-working days.

*Note: this does not include regular weekdays (e..g. no cover on Mondays) or weekend days (e.g. no cover on Saturdays and/or Sundays) since these are defined using the Working Hours tab.

Define Public Holidays or Non-Working Days in the Calendar

Select the corresponding date using the calendar (1) and Add (2) each public holiday or non-working day to the list associated with the Public Holidays set (3).

For Regions and SLA Plans that select this Public Holidays set, the due date/time calculation for event completion will assume that agents will not be available to work on tickets on these dates.

For example:

If the SLA for an initial response is 1 hr, and working hours are specified as Monday to Thursday 9am thru 5pm, but Fri 4th July is defined as a public Holiday

  • If a ticket arrives at 4:30pm on Thursday 3rd July the due date/time for an initial response will be 9:30am Monday 7th July
  • If a ticket arrives at any time Fri 4th July the due date/time for an initial response will be 10:00am Monday 7th July

Remove a Public Holiday or other Non Working Day

Remove a Public Holiday or other Non Working Day

Creating and Maintaining Non-Working Days - (Public Holidays Tab)

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Creating and Maintaining Non-Working Days - (Public Holidays Tab)

The following are instructions for the use of the Public Holidays tab to create and maintain the non-working days specifications involved in your solution.

If required, please see Define Non-Working Days for an explanation of when and why to configure non-working days, including examples.

Rename or Add Public Holidays

Rename or Add Public Holidays

Using the Public Holidays tab it is possible to rename Public Holiday sets, or Add new sets of Public Holidays.

Rename an Existing Public Holidays set

The name of each Public Holidays set is referenced within drop-downs for selection in SLA Plans and Regions.

To change a name, choose the corresponding Public Holidays set from the drop-down list (3) and select the Rename button (4).

Add a new Public Holidays set

A new Public Holidays set can be introduced to your SLA Management solution by selecting the Add button (5).

This will create a new Public Holidays set that can be selected within the drop-downs for SLA Plans and Regions, with default or empty values in all configuration settings.

Define a Public Holiday or other Non Working Day

Define a Public Holiday or other Non Working Day

It will often be the case that for one or more of your contractual SLA agreements cover will not be provided during one or more public holidays or other specific non-working days.

*Note: this does not include regular weekdays (e..g. no cover on Mondays) or weekend days (e.g. no cover on Saturdays and/or Sundays) since these are defined using the Working Hours tab.

Define Public Holidays or Non-Working Days in the Calendar

Select the corresponding date using the calendar (1) and Add (2) each public holiday or non-working day to the list associated with the Public Holidays set (3).

For Regions and SLA Plans that select this Public Holidays set, the due date/time calculation for event completion will assume that agents will not be available to work on tickets on these dates.

For example:

If the SLA for an initial response is 1 hr, and working hours are specified as Monday to Thursday 9am thru 5pm, but Fri 4th July is defined as a public Holiday

  • If a ticket arrives at 4:30pm on Thursday 3rd July the due date/time for an initial response will be 9:30am Monday 7th July
  • If a ticket arrives at any time Fri 4th July the due date/time for an initial response will be 10:00am Monday 7th July

Remove a Public Holiday or other Non Working Day

Remove a Public Holiday or other Non Working Day

Creating and Maintaining Non-Working Days - (Public Holidays Tab)

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The following are instructions for the use of the Public Holidays tab to create and maintain the non-working days specifications involved in your solution.

If required, please see Define Non-Working Days for an explanation of when and why to configure non-working days, including examples.

Rename or Add Public Holidays

Rename or Add Public Holidays

Using the Public Holidays tab it is possible to rename Public Holiday sets, or Add new sets of Public Holidays.

Rename an Existing Public Holidays set

The name of each Public Holidays set is referenced within drop-downs for selection in SLA Plans and Regions.

To change a name, choose the corresponding Public Holidays set from the drop-down list (3) and select the Rename button (4).

Add a new Public Holidays set

A new Public Holidays set can be introduced to your SLA Management solution by selecting the Add button (5).

This will create a new Public Holidays set that can be selected within the drop-downs for SLA Plans and Regions, with default or empty values in all configuration settings.

Define a Public Holiday or other Non Working Day

Define a Public Holiday or other Non Working Day

It will often be the case that for one or more of your contractual SLA agreements cover will not be provided during one or more public holidays or other specific non-working days.

*Note: this does not include regular weekdays (e..g. no cover on Mondays) or weekend days (e.g. no cover on Saturdays and/or Sundays) since these are defined using the Working Hours tab.

Define Public Holidays or Non-Working Days in the Calendar

Select the corresponding date using the calendar (1) and Add (2) each public holiday or non-working day to the list associated with the Public Holidays set (3).

For Regions and SLA Plans that select this Public Holidays set, the due date/time calculation for event completion will assume that agents will not be available to work on tickets on these dates.

For example:

If the SLA for an initial response is 1 hr, and working hours are specified as Monday to Thursday 9am thru 5pm, but Fri 4th July is defined as a public Holiday

  • If a ticket arrives at 4:30pm on Thursday 3rd July the due date/time for an initial response will be 9:30am Monday 7th July
  • If a ticket arrives at any time Fri 4th July the due date/time for an initial response will be 10:00am Monday 7th July

Remove a Public Holiday or other Non Working Day

Remove a Public Holiday or other Non Working Day

Creating and Maintaining Non-Working Days - (Public Holidays Tab)

Sub Banner

Creating and Maintaining Non-Working Days - (Public Holidays Tab)

The following are instructions for the use of the Public Holidays tab to create and maintain the non-working days specifications involved in your solution.

If required, please see Define Non-Working Days for an explanation of when and why to configure non-working days, including examples.

Rename or Add Public Holidays

Rename or Add Public Holidays

Using the Public Holidays tab it is possible to rename Public Holiday sets, or Add new sets of Public Holidays.

Rename an Existing Public Holidays set

The name of each Public Holidays set is referenced within drop-downs for selection in SLA Plans and Regions.

To change a name, choose the corresponding Public Holidays set from the drop-down list (3) and select the Rename button (4).

Add a new Public Holidays set

A new Public Holidays set can be introduced to your SLA Management solution by selecting the Add button (5).

This will create a new Public Holidays set that can be selected within the drop-downs for SLA Plans and Regions, with default or empty values in all configuration settings.

Define a Public Holiday or other Non Working Day

Define a Public Holiday or other Non Working Day

It will often be the case that for one or more of your contractual SLA agreements cover will not be provided during one or more public holidays or other specific non-working days.

*Note: this does not include regular weekdays (e..g. no cover on Mondays) or weekend days (e.g. no cover on Saturdays and/or Sundays) since these are defined using the Working Hours tab.

Define Public Holidays or Non-Working Days in the Calendar

Select the corresponding date using the calendar (1) and Add (2) each public holiday or non-working day to the list associated with the Public Holidays set (3).

For Regions and SLA Plans that select this Public Holidays set, the due date/time calculation for event completion will assume that agents will not be available to work on tickets on these dates.

For example:

If the SLA for an initial response is 1 hr, and working hours are specified as Monday to Thursday 9am thru 5pm, but Fri 4th July is defined as a public Holiday

  • If a ticket arrives at 4:30pm on Thursday 3rd July the due date/time for an initial response will be 9:30am Monday 7th July
  • If a ticket arrives at any time Fri 4th July the due date/time for an initial response will be 10:00am Monday 7th July

Remove a Public Holiday or other Non Working Day

Remove a Public Holiday or other Non Working Day