Why Child Care leave not reflecting in the System?

Why Child Care leave not reflecting in the System?

Eligible working parents of Singapore citizen children are entitled to 6 days of paid childcare leave per year. Parents of non-citizens can get 2 days of childcare leave a year in accordance with the Employment Act.

To reflect the child care in the system, Firstly, fill in the family information of the employee

The eligibility criteria provided by MOM. 
A. Child should be a Singaporean citizen or foreigner
B. Youngest child is below 7 years old.
C. Employee has worked for the employer or has been self-employed for at least 3 continuous months. 

Steps : 
Employees >> Edit the employee >> Family info >> Add New Family Information 

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