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Multi-Currencies now enabled in altHR!

New Feature
August 28, 2020
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Does your company operate in multiple countries? Or perhaps your HR policies allow expense claims to be claimed in multiple currencies? Well lucky for you, altHR can now cater to this! We’ve recently built a brand new multi-currencies feature where admins can set multiple currencies available for expense claims,  and users can make expense claims using these multiple currencies.

As an admin, you’ll be able to see an additional field called “Expense Currencies” housed under Expense Settings where you can set which currencies you’d like to enable for expense claims by employees.

Then, within each Expense Policies you have set up, you can select the applicable currencies. Employees will then see these currency options enabled on the mobile app when they are submitting expense claims.

A simple option now enabled for all, you can now set up your multi-currency expense policies in altHR!