People Inc. FAQ's

People Inc. – Absence Year End Maintenance (Part 5)

Absence Year End Part 5 We have now reached Step 5 in the End-of-Year process – closing the absence allowances for the current year. This is the final step. We are sending this through now to enable you to plan your approach to managing the year-end, but please note:...

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People Inc. – Absence Year End Maintenance (Part 4)

Absence Year End Part 4 So far in the Year End Process we have looked at the following Steps… Step 1: Make sure Bank Holidays for next year are recorded within People Inc. Step 2: Replicate the current holiday allowances in the following year Step 3: Review next...

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People Inc. – Absence Year End Maintenance (Part 3)

Absence Year End Part 3 In step 2 of our Year End Maintenance guide we looked at setting up holiday allowances in People Inc. for next year, based on those employees allocated allowances this year. There are a number of other steps that need to be taken at the end of...

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People Inc. – Absence Year End Maintenance (Part 2)

Absence Year End Part 2 Part one of our Year End Maintenance FAQ's explained about setting up bank holidays in People Inc. for next year. The next step in this process is to see who has been allocated which absence allowances over the past year, and to set up these...

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People Inc. – Absence Year End Maintenance (Part 1)

Absence Year End Part 1 As the days get shorter and the end of the year approaches, it is time once again to make sure that People Inc. has been set up ready for you to manage holidays and absence next year (absence allowances and bank holidays need to be created in...

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People Inc. – Managing SQL Server Transaction Logs

This FAQ describes the management of the size of the SQL Server transaction logs associated with People Inc. databases. In a default installation of SQL Server (and People Inc.) these log files may expand to an unacceptable size. The expansion of the transaction logs can make it difficult to back data up and in the most serious scenario, make the associated databases unusable.

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People Inc. – Locked user session

There are occasions when a user’s computer is not shut down properly or the network connection is lost. This can result in a user’s session getting ‘locked’. This can in turn result in the computer stating that too many People Inc. users are logged in. In this case, the sessions need to be manually terminated. The steps in this FAQ explain how to do this.

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People Inc. – Managing Licences

System licenses are issues to People Inc. clients (one license per system). The People Inc. licenses define the scope of the access provided to the various elements of the People Inc. system for that client. This includes setting the maximum numbers of concurrent users, expiry date, and maximum numbers of records. License details are shown in the splash screen when the user logs in.

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