How To Change Time For An Employee

Use the HIP system to make changes to reported time on behalf of employees through the Time and Labor WorkCenter, Team Time screens or NavBar. 

Timekeepers are responsible for maintaining Timesheets on behalf of employees who do not have access to a computer or otherwise need assistance entering their time. 

NOTE: TIMELY TRANSACTIONS ARE REQUIRED.  All employees are required to submit timesheets by the end of each pay period.  This ensures that employees are paid accurately and timely.  For hourly employees, timesheets must be submitted by the end of each pay period (the 15th day of the month and the last day of the month). 

For salaried employees, timesheets must be submitted in the HIP system for supervisor approval by the end of each pay period ONLY if they need to claim fringe or special types of pay such as overtime, differentials, meals, etc.* 

*Employees on the LAG payroll schedule who have time submitted toward the end of the pay period, may have their pay reflected on the following pay cycle due to the processing time required for approvals and calculations. 

IMPORTANT: Timekeepers can only enter time on behalf of employees going back 90 days in the past.  To prevent delays in employees receiving pay, please make sure timesheets are submitted by the close of each pay period. 

Click here to view a helpful article on the different ways to navigate to Timekeeper screens.

STEPS

1. You can change the TRC, the hours/quantity, as well as assign different combo codes or delete rows as necessary.  Once you’ve finished entering hours on behalf of the employee and everything looks okay, click on the “Submit” button to submit the Timesheet. 

In this case, 4 hours of OT on 10/01/22 were changed to 2 hours OT:

(Time and Labor WorkCenter or NavBar)

(Team Time)

2. In this case an exception was generated because the overtime (OT) was not pre-approved by the employee’s supervisor. Click “OK” on the exception message.

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Last Updated: October 14, 2022

Tags: Timekeeper Change Time, Change Employee Time, Change Employee Hours