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TIME TRACKING Financial Management Course
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Course Topics: • Time Tracking Overview • Deadlines & Lockout periods • Security Roles & Responsibilities • Entering time • Submitting & Approving Time • Manual & Mass Advance • Errors & Warnings • Reviewing reports • FAQs • Q&A • Workday Gets a Refresh! • Contact Us
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Time Tracking Overview Time tracking refers to the process of submitting and approving time sheets for payroll purposes. Completed by Employees, Managers and Timekeepers* Employees enter time and overtime automatically calculates if applicable. Workday will also identify critical issues for the Manager and Timekeeper to resolve in advance of Payroll processing. Timesheets can also be mass approved by Managers Only nonexempt salaried employees & hourly employees will have time tracking enabled All time tracking information can be viewed by Timekeepers with the Review Time report *Timekeepers will enter time if needed but are not a necessary part of the process
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DEADLINES & LOCKOUT PERIODS
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Deadlines Biweekly schedule can be found on our website under “Schedules”. Work Week: Sunday - Saturday “E*” – Pay periods with estimated time • Nonexempt employees- must estimate time in order to receive payment for the full work period. • Students – at managers discretion. Due to Payroll – Monday’s by Noon
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Lockout Period Refers to the time in which employees & managers are no longer able to submit, approve, or make corrections to an employee’s timesheet. • During this time only timekeepers and Payroll partners are able to make changes. Time Period Lockout Saturday -End of the pay period
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SECURITY ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES
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Security Roles & Responsibilities Initiat e – responsible for entering his/her time daily and submitting • Employee at the end of the biweekly pay period. • Manager* - can enter hours on behalf of his/her employee. • Timekeeper*- Support employees and managers by entering & submitting time on behalf of the employee & approving timesheets on behalf of managers. • Payroll Partner*- At the timekeepers request can enter/correct time for employee. Approv e • Manager – responsible for approving employee’s time. *If anyone other than the employee enters time on behalf of the employee, there is no additional approval step
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TIME ENTRY TYPES
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Time Entry Employees: Enter total number of hours worked per week. Most staff (nonexempt)
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Time Clock or “In/out” Employees: These employees use the time clock feature & record actual time worked, rather than the number of hours Our workstation/company has configured all student workers to report their time using the time clock were feature. Staff setup with this time entry type at supervisors request.
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ENTER TIME
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Enter Time Time Entry Employees – Calendar timesheet only “In/Out Employees” – Time Clock or Calendar timesheet 1 1 2
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Enter Time – Time Entry Employee 1 3 2 4
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In/Out Employees- Enter time (Time Clock feature) 2 1 3 Select check out reason P-50983 Student Tutor
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In/out employees – Enter Time (Calendar timesheet) 1 3 Select check out reason 2
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Enter Time: Additional Functionality Workday offers several options to make entering time easier for Employees and Timekeepers, listed below: Auto-fill from Prior Week: copies some or all of time entered from prior weeks onto current timesheet Auto-fill from Schedule: adds all hours an employee was scheduled to work onto the current timesheet Quick Add: inputs hours for the entire week at once, rather than requiring the Employee or Timekeeper to click on each day individually from the Calendar View Run Calculations: use Run Calculations to run all applicable calculations for the employee (i.e. refresh timesheet) • Calculations automatically run when time is entered. If you need to run calculations without making a change to the timesheet, you can. *Note: Auto-fill from prior week & Auto-fill from Schedule are not available for in/out employees.
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SUBMITTING & APPROVING TIME
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Submitting Time Time should be entered by week or daily and submitted at least once every two weeks.
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Approve Time Once the employee submits their time, manager will receive an Inbox task for Time Entry Approval. Submitted time can also be approved from the “Review Time” task.
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Manual & Mass Advance Business Process Tasks Manual Advance Mass Advance • Single • Advance • Use • Use • Requires • Requires transaction (Enter Time/Request Time Off) the Employee’s Worker History Timekeeper & Absence Partner security roles • Timekeeper Role – Time Manual Advance • Absence Partner – Request Time Off Manual Advance. a group of transactions (Enter Time/Request Time Off) the Mass Advance Business Process task Timekeeper & Absence Partner security roles • Timekeeper Role – Time Mass Advance • Absence Partner – Request Time Off Mass Advance.
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Manual Advance Task 1 4 3 5 6 2 7 x 8 9 x *Most commonly used to approve/advance time when manager is not available for approval.
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Mass Advance Business Process Task 1 2 3 4 *Most commonly used to approve/advance time for a large number of employees (i.e. entire supervisory org).
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ERRORS & ALERTS
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Errors : Timesheet can not be submitted until error is cleared Error Who ? When? Fix This timesheet contains insufficient hours. Budgeted employees’ timesheets must account for all scheduled hours. Enter more work hours or take paid or unpaid time off for the remaining hours. Nonexempt employees • Time entry & in/out nonexempt employees (full time staff only). Employee doesn’t account for 80 hours in the pay period. Total hours for the two week period must equal 80hrs. Enter more work hours or take paid or unpaid time off for the remaining hours. Time overlap Only applies to in and out time reporters Time entered overlaps with previously entered time block Ex. 1st time block: 1:30pm-5pm 2nd time block: 5pm-6pm Check in/out time for 2nd time block must be adjusted. You reported more than 24 hours of work for a single day on . Please correct your time entry Nonexempt, temp, & student employees Total Reported Hours for Day > 24 Correct time to reflect actual time worked. You are not authorized to enter more than 3 instances of 30 minutes each for Wellness Release Time Time entry & in/out nonexempt employees If someone enters more than 3 wellness entries in a week (3 instances of 30 minutes each) Only 3 instances of Wellness Release Time allowed (30 min each) *Note: Students & contingent workers would not receive this errors since they don’t have a built- in work schedule. *Note: Not triggered in pay period when new hire or terminated
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Wellness Release Time Entry Wellness Release Time -A voluntary program consisting of university-sponsored physical fitness activities and wellness education opportunities during the workday. 1 2 4 3 *Note: Recommended Wellness Release Time entry for a day should be between .25 and .5 hrs.
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Wellness Release Time Error
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Alerts : Does not prevent employee from submitting time Alert Who ? When? Fix The hours worked and /or time off you have entered exceeds 8 hours in a day. If this is incorrect, please click on the block of time to edit it. Nonexempt employees •Time entry & in/out nonexempt employees. Employee exceeds the scheduled hours in a day. The warning is letting employee know that by exceeding the scheduled hours they could end up with overtime hour. Only a warning/alert- no fix is needed if employee worked over the scheduled time. You have entered time on a holiday. If this is incorrect, please click on the block of time to delete it. If this is correct, you can proceed with submitting your time sheet when all hours have been entered Time entry & in/out nonexempt employees Regular hours are being reported on a day with holiday hours Only a warning/alert- no fix is needed if employee worked on that holiday. International students may only work 20 hours per week while school is in session. You may work more than 20 hours per week during the summer semester, spring break, and winter break. International students Work hours reported exceeds 20hrs during the regular semester Employees must be compensated for any time worked. Contact Norma Lozano in HR (ext. 2198) if you have any questions regarding any possible visa issues. ***Violating these rules can jeopardize your visa status. *** Unmatched time clock event exists: You have a time clock event (Check In) that does not have a matching (Check Out) time clock event. Only applies to in and out time reporters Employee forgot to check out In the Time worklet you can click on Time Clock History to see all Unmatched Clock Events. Clicking on Add Clock Event will allow you to add a Check Out for the appropriate date and time.
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Unmatched time clock event exists- Alert Employee Employee checked checked in in forgot/has not checked forgot/has not checked & & out out
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ADJUSTING/CORRECTING TIME
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Adjusting / Correcting Time - Employee • • • 3 If additional hours need to be entered (or hours that were entered need to be deleted), changes can be made on the timesheet by the employee, timekeeper, or manger. These hours will be picked up in the next bi-weekly payroll’s retro process. Any adjustments/corrections must be submitted for approval. 1 4 2
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Adjusting / Correcting Time - Manager 1 3 4 2 *Note: If anyone other than the employee enters time on behalf of the employee, there is no additional approval step
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Adjusting / Correcting Time – Timekeeper/Manager 6 1 4 2 5 3 *Note: If anyone other than the employee enters time on behalf of the employee, there is no additional approval step 8 7
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REVIEWING REPORTS
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Review Time Report: Overview Used to review, approve and track time submitted and approved Managers • • All team time can be approved at the same time as long as all hours have been submitted Acts as a consolidated approval Timekeepers • Used to identify employees who have not entered time for the week or entered time but did not submit • Used to view managers that still need to approve timesheets
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Review Time Report • Locate the report by searching for Review Time in the workday search bar • Select the Workers to view 1 Option to only view direct reports is available Additional filters available Limited to 100 employees 2
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Review Time Report Managers can use the Review Time page to approve hours • Consolidated approval by selecting all employees Timekeepers can use this report to keep track employee’s unsubmitted, submitted, and approved time. Click on employee’s name to view time entry details 1 2
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Workers w/ No Time Entered Report Identifies employees who have not entered time for the current pay period. 1 2 Select one or multiple supervisory org(s) End of the pay period 3 *Note the following: • This report is configured to send alerts to employees on the last Friday of the pay period. • Only Timekeepers can run this report.
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Workers w/ Time Entered but Not Submitted Report Identifies employees who have entered time for the pay period but have not submitted to their manager. pay period dates 1 Time/time block not submitted 3 2 *Note: This report is configured to send alerts to employees on the last Friday of the pay period. Only Timekeepers can run this report.
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Reviewing Reports – Other Useful reports Other useful reports for timekeepers to run: • Workers with Time Submitted but Not Approved Primary Position - Identifies managers of primary positions that have outstanding time sheets to approve. This report is configured to • Workers with Time Submitted but Not Approved Additional Jobs - Identifies managers of additional jobs that have outstanding time sheets to approve. This report is configured to send alerts to employees on the Monday following the end of the pay period. • Check-in Status - report allows Timekeepers and Manager to see who is currently clockedin for their organization (timekeepers & managers) *Visit Workday Help for a list of more commonly used reports.
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Q1. How do employees see multiple timesheets when applicable? Only one timesheet but you will have a drop down to select which timesheet you want to enter time for. Q2. Can time & effort be certified in workday like we use to in Time Traq? No. Time & Effort certification is done through time and effort in SSO like it was done in legacy system. Q3. If the employee submits but manager does not approve do they get a warning? Yes, Monday after the pay period ends an email alert will go out to notify managers of the timesheets pending approval. Timekeepers can also run report (review time report) to check unapproved timesheets and have the access to move timesheets along. *Note: Alert only goes to the manager not timekeepers. Q4. Does Time Off need to be approved before Timesheets can be processed? No, time off does not have to be approved before a timesheet can be submitted. However, if the time off is not approved before payroll processes, it will not be paid on that pay date. Q5.If the manager delegates the task to approve time, does the person that the task was delegated to get the alert if the timesheet is not approve in time? No, the alert only goes to managers since they are responsible for that employee’s time.
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CONTACT US Ana delaGarza ………………………………825-3231 Raquel Flores ……………………………..825-2411 Maria E. Alaffa ………………………….....825-5884 Helpful links: Email: [email protected] Workday Help: https://it.tamus.edu/workday/ Payroll Webpage: http://comptroller.tamucc.edu/payroll/index.html Biweekly Schedule: http://comptroller.tamucc.edu/payroll/bi-wkly-time-traq-pay-schedule -fy2018v2.pdf
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