You are able to turn off Family & Domestic Violence Leave for each individual employee by going into their employee profile.
Firstly go to your Employees tab then select the employee/s you wish to turn off the leave for.
From there you want to select Leave Allowance and find Family & Domestic Violence Leave.
From there you are able to select the box that says Can Apply For Leave and make sure that it is crossed instead of ticked.
Hope this helps, come back to us if you need more help!
My family and domestic Violence leave deductions is crossed but it says 38hours and every payrun states that this employee has reached the leave cap for this leave. The employee is casual so there is no leave accrued anyway. how can I fix this?
According to Fair Work, all workers are entitled to this leave category whether they are permanent or casual. The entitlement consists of 5 days unpaid per year which accrues as one amount in the first payrun of the financial year the employee is included in. This is why you are seeing that they have reached the leave cap.
Family & Domestic Violence Leave shouldn't be turned off as it is a entitlement under the Fair Work act. If you want to remove the balance from the employee, you can do so by a Leave Adjustment in the payrun, but we would recommend checking with Fair Work before doing so. This article provides the steps on adjusting leave.