Employees are able to submit timesheets via the self service portal.
When logging into the employee self service portal there is a 'clock' icon showing on the dashboard, click on it to enter timesheets.
By default the timesheet will show on the week that is currently being processed. If you want to change the week you can skip ahead using the arrow buttons or you can click the date button and choose a different date.
You can also select either 'week ending' or 'fortnight ending' from the drop down box:
Entering your timesheet
We’ve designed the interface to be very keyboard-friendly for efficient data entry. For example, when entering start and end times you can simply type 9a and it will recognise it as 9:00am. Similarly, for example, 530p will be recognised as 5:30pm.
Your employer will specify what is required on the Timesheet but a few items to note:
- If Work Type is not specified, the hours recorded will be assigned to the default pay category for the employee when the timesheets are imported into a pay run.
- If Location is not specified, the hours recorded will be assigned to the default location for the employee when the timesheets are imported into a pay run.
- If you specify a work type that is linked to a leave category, you'll be able to attach a document to that timesheet
Entering your 'Standard Hours'
If you have been set up to use ‘standard hours’ to pre-populate your timesheet click on the ‘Actions’ button and choose ‘Add standard hours’.
Where you need to edit your standard hours, as mentioned previously, you can simply type 9a and it will recognise it as 9:00am. Similarly, 530p will be recognised as 5:30pm.
Be sure to click 'Save' after making any changes.
Applying your approved leave requests to your timesheet:
If you have an approved leave request, click the approved leave request banner at the top and click the annual leave shift that you’re going to import as a timesheet.
The system will attempt to work out the start and finish times of the shift however you can change these:
Any leave shift however should reflect the hours that you would normally otherwise have worked. If you normally have a break, enter the break into the timesheet, and click ‘Save’.
Saving your timesheet
Once you’re happy with your timesheet click ‘Save’. An ‘S’ will appear next to your timesheets meaning your timesheet has been submitted. Where the timesheet line is a leave entry, an aeroplane icon will also show.
Your manager will receive a notification that your timesheet has been submitted and ready for their approval.
If you have any questions or feedback, please let us know via firstname.lastname@example.org