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In Human Resources, a manager should only see their direct employees i.e.
Manager 1 -> Employee 1 and Employee 2 Manager 2 -> Employee 3 and Employee 4 etc
Is this at all possible? A use case could be an employee requests leave and their direct supervisor is emailed and can approve this request. No other employee can see the request or approve.
This requires a rule, access rights, and the employee heirarchy filled out under Human Resources.
- Make a user a manager
- Then when you record a rule set parent.id = manager.user.id
- Also add user.id = manager.user.id
The parent.id is referencing the employee's manager under the Human Resources section. The user.id = manager.user.id is checking if the current user's id matches the manager's id.
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