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  3. myTime Resource Center - Kronos

    myTime Resource Center Retail - My Timecard This job aid outlines multiple options for viewing the features of your timecard and how to approve it. Select each of the tabs to learn more. Navigating and Viewing Totals Viewing Accruals (Vacation and Holiday Balances) Approving Your Timecard Desktop View

  4. Coach - Kronos

    Approve Timecards. Heads up! Watch related videos, "Approve a Single Timecard" and "Approve Multiple Timecards". Try it!: Practice "approving timecards". This job aid and video explains how to approve a single timecard and multiple timecards at a time using Dimensions, as well as verifying your approval. At the end of the pay period, by the designated deadline, you need to submit a timecard approval on your employees' timecards.

  5. Print a timecard -

    Hourly and project timecards can be printed for a selected timeframe (up to 90 days) and can include the Totals and Accruals add-ons. Note: The printed timecard defaults to a minimum of one week for Project View timecards, regardless of the selected timeframe. Timecards must be saved to print. Printing is only supported for table view.

  6. Resolve timecard exceptions (hourly timecard) - customer2.kronos...

    Resolve timecard exceptions (hourly timecard) When employees deviate from the expectations configured in your environment, the system generates an exception. Exceptions can be day-based or segment-level. Day-based exceptions (such as short shift or unscheduled) affect the entire day. Segment-level exceptions affect only part of the day.

  7. Employee Login - Complete Payroll

    Use this page to access any of your payroll, HR or timekeeping platforms or to request support from Complete Payroll's customer service team.

  8. Time Information Management (TIM) - UNC Research

    TIM provides alternate methods to process and manage time and leave, and the system offers alternate devices for each of the methods. The University has a large, decentralized workforce with department-specific needs and a single method is not sufficient for all timekeeping needs. To more efficiently manage the implementation process, a standard method and standard device have been determined for major groups of employees.

  9. Kronos services may not be available during the following designated maintenance windows: 1:00 am - 3:00 am Monday through Friday. 9:00 pm - 3:00 am Friday-Saturday & Saturday-Sunday. Training. Access online training for Kronos in the UCLearning Center along with documentation housed in the Knowledge Base Portal.

  10. You can log in to your timecard, access user documentation and ensure that your browser is compatible with the FTL system. Go to FTL Timecard Create and submit your timecard using this link. FTL Tools FTL User Documentation Click here to review user documentation, including how to change your previously submitted timecards. FNAL Service Desk

  11. Transfer Employee Time in the Timecard - Kronos

    Transferring time is only available to non-exempt employees and not exempt (salaried) employees. Click here to access the job aids that your non-exempt employees will use to perform transfers within Global Time System. When required, you can perform transfers on your non-exempt employees’ timecards. Not all transfer options (GL Location, GL Department, and/or GL Project-Practice) may be available for you and your employees to select within GTS as the transfer options vary by business.