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Hello @jordanbuckner,

Thanks for checking out this thread!

You don't need to set a start and end date for your employee's unpaid leave of absence. You'll only need to change the employment status from Active to Unpaid Leave of Absence.

After changing the status, the employee will no longer be included when running payroll. Here's how:

    1. Click the Employees tab.
    2. Click the employee's name.
    3. Under Employee Details, click on the blue pencil next to Employment
    4. Next to Status, select Unpaid Leave of Absence
    5. Click OK.

If your employee comes back, you can toggle the status back to active. That way, the name will appear again when you run payroll.

To do that go back to Employees, then click the Active employees drop down and select All Employees. Look for the Employee's name and change the status to Active.

That's it! Let me know if you have additional questions. Have a great day!

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