Payroll deadlines are posted on the Payroll website, "Schedules". Some department vary slightly from the posted Payroll deadlines. It is up to the department to let biweekly employees know the deadline for submitting hours.
To access your timesheet you must first log in to Single Sign On (https://sso.tamus.edu ). Once you have successfully logged in you will select Workday from your SSO menu. Your timesheet can be found on the Time application in your workday home screen. For assistance, call x3231.
To adjust an employees timesheet you must first navigate to the employees workday profile>actions>Time and Leave>Enter Time>Select date you wish to adjust>make your corrections and submit time for approval. For payroll assistance, call ext.3231
While an email is in general a reliable service, delivery of messages is not guaranteed. This means that TimeTraq can send an email message successfully but the message still may not be delivered for any number of reasons, including, but not limited to: 1. failures on the TAMU mainframe email server 2. failures on a system member's email server 3. local spam filters 4. Preferences have not been setup to receive email notifications. Managers are more likely than any other group to have this problem because they are often choosing to rely on an email notification to instruct them to approve their employees' timesheets. Timekeepers should ensure that managers are trained to realize that they need to approve their employees' timesheets at the end of every reporting period whether they get an email from workday or not.
Yes, normally a timesheet with no work hours is cancelled. However, if one or more timesheet adjustment record for hours worked in a previous pay period need to be reported, add the adjustment(s) and submit the timesheet.
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.
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.
No, the alert only goes to managers since they are responsible for that employee’s time.