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I have a client who has over a hundred direct reports. We're trying to figure a way to sort and filter through employees. The client has full time and part-time employees. We added a field for full-time equivalent, which gives us a starting point. We're looking for something more substantial to be able to sort employees. Any suggestions?
Thank you for your question - at the moment the Manager Self-Service form presents the list of direct reports in a general list. No other kinds of filters or sorting is available on the form at this time, other than adding fields like you mention in your question. I did check with some of my colleagues as well to see if there was anything planned, but at this time it does seem like that would be the only option.
Thanks for looking into this.
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