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Entering Time, Attendance, and Time Off in Workday

Record time, attendance, and time off in the University's Workday payroll system.

 

  • Staff Non-Exempt: Use Workday to request time off and to report hours worked.

  • Staff Exempt: Use Workday to request time off and, when applicable, to report hours worked during a campus closure or on a holiday.

  • Staff Exempt Extension Educators: Use Workday to request time off and, when applicable, to report hours worked during a campus closure or on a holiday. Please visit the Extension link to review additional information regarding time worked and paid time off.

  • Manager: As a manager (direct supervisor), you are responsible for approving your direct reports' time worked submissions and time off requests. These approvals must take place prior to your unit's established payroll deadlines.

  • Tech Service: Use Workday to request time off and to report time in and time out.

  • Part-Time Non-Academic: Use Workday to report time in and time out. You will no longer use paper timecards, Labman, or other internal time-tracking systems.

  • Part-Time Earning Time (formerly HR05 Earned Time): Use Workday to request time off and to report time in and time out. Additional information is available on the University's HR Policies web page.

  • Full-Time Academic and Postdoctoral Scholars/Fellows: You do not log time.

  • Employees Based out of Extension County Offices: Extension employees follow either the county holiday schedule or the University holiday schedule. Six standard holidays are accounted for in Workday: New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor day, Thanksgiving Day, and December 25. County-based employees are provided a balance of six additional holidays, which are to be taken in accordance with the various county schedules (e.g., MLK Day, Veteran’s Day, Presidents Day) by submitting a Time Off Request. If the county office observes fewer than six holidays, the remaining holiday balance is available to the employee as personal holiday time, which must be used during the calendar year. If a county office is closed for other reasons (e.g., weather, voting), and the facilities cannot be accessed by employees to complete the necessary work, then it might be appropriate to record that time as a closure (with supervisor approval).