The 2nd page of the rule dialog contains the Periodic Time In Lieu Modifiers sub rule and the Minimum booking time sub rule.
Use Time In Lieu Modifiers: If a user has a rule with monthly working periods, closing points should be set every month (read about closing points for more information). During this process, the so called “periodic HIL modifiers” will be applied. Typically, this is used to limit the amount of overtime that a user can have or double any overtime earned during the month.
Modifiers can be applied on the HIL earned during the period of the total HIL. Right-click in any of the lists and choose “New” to create a modifier.
Period Hours Modifiers: In the example above, if HIL earned (during the period) is between 0 and 10, it will be doubled.
Saldo Modifiers: In the example above, if the total HIL after “Period Hours Modifiers” is below 0, it is reset to 0.
Minimum Booking Time: This sub rule specifies the minimum amount of hours a user should be booked during a day. If the user is booked for less than this, a visual indication of this will be shown as a warning.
Rest Between Days: Set the minimum hours between a booking of today to the first booking of tomorrow. If the rule is violated a warning shows up (see below). And the violated time can be compensated with Hours Per Hour.
Max. Working Days Per Week: If you activate it and set the value to for example 5, then on the 6th and 7th day of booking people who have that rule, there will be a warning flag displayed in the Long Form timeline.
To view this warning, switch on “Personnel Management Warnings” in Toolbox > Settings > Personnel Tree: