Emails and spreadsheets make applying for time-off tedious
Unmarked time-off sends project plans wildly off course
Managers have low visibility into leaves and plan badly
Teams are overworked and don’t stick around for long
Skip the drama. Get Pause.
Move on from clunky time-off processes
Apply for time-off, approve them, and see your leave balance from anywhere you work: Mobile, Slack, email, or in the browser.
Save your plans from last-minute surprises
See who’s in and who’s not right where you plan best: inside Slack, on your calendar app, or in a fresh browser tab.
Ensure not everyone is on a break at the same time
See whether your time-off schedule overlaps with a teammate’s while applying for or reviewing a time-off request.
Let your calendars do all the talking
View teammates’ leaves in your calendar app, auto-decline meetings on your day off, and keep all teams in the know at all times.
Pick up the Slack on time-off information
Get notified in any Slack channel about who is on break, the next public holiday, and who to wish a happy birthday. Apply, review and respond to time-off requests in Slack, as well.
You'll be in good company
Don't just take our 📢 for it
We have been early users of Pause. Love it. Do give it a try folks. https://t.co/MjquONeSSz— Anuj Khurana (@anuj) May 28, 2021
Just had a look @Get_Pause looks neat. Giving this a try with our Engg team.— Runal Dahiwade (@RunalDahiwade) May 20, 2021
Wonderful product at the intersection of "invisible" and "valuable", Dhruv 🙂 Best wishes!— Rohin Dharmakumar (@r0h1n) June 22, 2021
We also rolled out Pause (from the good folks at @obvious_in) to make it easier for anyone to plan and take leave, but also to make taking leave a healthy workplace habit at The Ken. Taking leave is now just a Slack command for us! https://t.co/2V6tY7Q6lL— Rohin Dharmakumar (@r0h1n) February 12, 2021
As someone coming from a country where 30 days of vacation a year is the norm, I know how important leave from work is. It's great to see a tool that focuses on making this experience as wholesome and healthy as possible.— Arvid Kahl (@arvidkahl) June 22, 2021
You got my upvote 🙂 https://t.co/c5MLL0Kxvd
Don't work at a company where the manager/culture makes you feel like you've to "justify" your leaves w/ long-winded explanations, outright lies, or an apology.— Abhash K (@AabhashK) August 2, 2021
Your leaves are yours to take whenever you want without bothering about the 5W1H of it, except the 'When' (obv😁)