Workplace injury refers to an injury or illness that occurs to an employee during their employment and is covered by statutory or legally mandated compensation and benefits. Note that only employees with Continuous Contract status are eligible for this statutory leave type.
How to Enable Workplace Injury (Statutory)
Step 1: First, go to .
Step 2: Click on .
Step 3: Then, click on the the second tab at the top.
Step 4: Click on the on top right. You will see 4 types of statutory leave.
Step 5: Make sure to tick on Workplace Injury (Statutory) and click Save.
You will be able to see the leave type has been added into the list. You can set the leave type setting individually by clicking on the leave type name. The number of entitlements is automatically set as 7 days per annum as it follows the Hong Kong legislation.
Step 6: Click on .
Steps for Employees to Apply Leave
Step 1: Go to and click on .
Step 2: Click on .
Step 3: Select leave type as Workplace Injury (Statutory). System will show the leave balance on the right side. Key in the information such as Leave Unit, Leave Period, Leave Details, Notify person, Remarks and Attachment (if applicable).
Step 4: Click on .
Refer to this article on How to Approve Leave - https://support.justlogin.com/hc/en-us/articles/360045740532-Different-Ways-To-Approve-Leave
Step 5: After the leave has been approved, you will need to process the leave item from Payroll
Module. Click on , then click on .
Step 6: Click on tab .
Step 7: You will see the Workplace Injury leave has been transferred on Process Leave page. Click on the blue save button to process the leave to Payroll.
Step 8: After that, follow the same steps to do the Payrun. You should see the Workplace Injury is added under Addition column with the formula. Refer here for steps on how to do a payrun: https://support.justlogin.com/hc/en-us/articles/360029943211-Process-Pay-New-Payrun
Step 9: Once you generated the payrun, the Workplace Injury pay element will appear and automatically compute based on the leave processed earlier.