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  1. Any “disconnected” leave (i.e., leave in the middle of the day) should be marked for the period you expect to be out and be marked as “Leave” in the subject of the appointment. • All all-day events (CSD leave, holiday, etc) should be set from 6:30 am to 6:30 pm (this makes the column show to the left on the section calendar • Cost Savings Days should use the MAROON, “CSD” category • ANY other leave should use the BLUE, “Leave” category – you can indicate the type of leave if you want to in the message • On days you use some type of leave to come in later or leave early: • When you come in should be a column that starts at 6:30 am and ends when you actually plan to come in • When you leave should be a column that starts at when you actually plan to leave and ends at 6:30 pm • Include the AMOUNT of time you will take lunch in the subject if you work more than six hours • On normal work days or days when you flex at the beginning or end of the day: • When you come in should be a column that starts at 6:30 am and ends when you actually plan to come in • When you leave should be a column that starts at when you actually leave and ends at 6:30 pm • Include the AMOUNT of time you will take lunch in the subject of your start time

  2. In this example (week view for an individual): Monday – Taking the entire day as vacation Tuesday – Normal start and leave time, took 1.5 hours in the middle of the day; marked the time out of the office as “Leave” Wednesday – Normal Start (note no lunch since working less than 6 hours) and flex after 4 hours of work; marked start time as “Normal Start” as “Normal End” Thursday – Start later and use leave to account for eight hours (i.e., between normal 7 am start time and 9:00 am when I will come in); note both start and end columns are marked Friday – Taking the entire day as a Cost Savings Day; marked the category as “CSD”