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Purpose:  This task allows Finance and Administration employees to have restricted access to the new employee dashboard.

AudienceOnly current Finance and Administration employees.

Employee Dashboard

From the Employee Dashboard, users will be able to update personal information via My Profile, review leave balances, enter a Leave or Time Report, and view pay information. 

My Profile

My Profile allows users to review and modify existing profile information.

To modify any information, click the pencil icon to right of the field:

Entering a Timesheet

The Employee Dashboard, provides access to entering time in My Activities by clicking Enter Time

On the Timesheet page, click Start Timesheet.

Please Note: Time reporting depends on the employment relationship with Radford University. The next section is broken down as follows:

  • Classified and A/P staff who are non-exempt, eligible for overtime, will submit timesheets for each period, reporting total hours worked and leave taken each day.The appropriate Earn Code is selected from the drop-down menu (ex: Regular Hours Worked, Annual Leave Taken, Personal Sick Taken)
  • Bi-weekly wage employees (i.e., student, 1500-hour wage, and temporary wage) will submit time reports for each workday by eligible Earn Code. Employees report time of day work started and was completed along with breaks taken in a manner similar to clocking in and clocking out. For example, if a lunch break is taken, time would be entered as time out when lunch began and time in when lunch break ended and worked resumed.
  • Non-Exempt Classified and A/P staff  To enter hours worked, begin by clicking on a day in the calendar. After selecting a day, make the appropriate selection from the Earn Code dropdown. Finally, enter the Hours worked or leave time taken. Confirm that the information is correct, and click the Save button.

Upon savings, the hours appear on the appropriate day in the calendar. In the example below, 8 regular hours were entered on Friday the 4th.

To add additional hours to a day using a different earn code, click on the Add Earn Code option beneath the calendar.

Once again, make the appropriate selection from the Earn Code dropdown, enter the Hours worked or leave time taken, and click Save.  When finished adding time, click Preview.

From the pop-up window, make sure that all time entered is accurate. When finished, click Submit .

After submitting, make sure to receive a confirmation message before ending the session.

Bi-Weekly Wage Employees

To enter hours worked, begin by clicking on a day in the calendar.  To enter hours worked, begin by clicking on a day in the calendar. After selecting a day, make the appropriate selection from the Earn Code dropdown.

Finally, enter the Start Time and End Time of the workday with the hour followed by minute to the nearest 15-minute increment. If a lunch break was taken, enter the time lunch began as End Time and the time returned from lunch as Start Time.

Press Enter after the entry; the total Hours will then calculate. Confirm that the information is correct, and click the Save.

Once saved, the hours entered should appear on the appropriate day in the calendar.  

To add additional hours to a day, click Add More Time option beneath the calendar.

To enter additional hours worked, begin by clicking on a day in the calendar and repeat from the beginning of this section For Bi-Weekly Wage Employees.

After all time has been added for the pay period, click the Preview button.

From the pop-up window, make sure that all of your entered time is accurate. Click Cancel to edit any time entered. When you are finished, click Submit.

 

After submitting, make sure to receive a confirmation message before ending the session.

 

 

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