Timekeeper: Entering A Retroactive Pay Historical Edit

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Timekeeper:Entering a Retroactive Pay Historical EditHistorical Edits can only be entered in Signed Off Time Periods.Retroactive Pay Historical EditA Retroactive Pay Historical Edit must be performed whenever signed off timecard data needs tohave pay hours corrected. A typical situation where a retroactive pay historical edit is required iswhen an employee has a missed punch that was not caught and corrected by the supervisor. Theemployee will have 0 hours recorded for any day in which they have a missed punch.1. Log in to CalTime. CalTime willopen to QUICKFIND.12. Enter the last name or ID of theemployee needing a historicaledit into the Name or ID Field233. Select the appropriate TimePeriod in the Time Period field—in this example, Previous PayPeriod is chosen.44. Click the Find buttonA list of matching employees will bedisplayed—in this example,Anderson001 Nick5. Double-click on the desiredemployee name to navigate tohis/her timecard in the definedtime period. [email protected] 1 of 6updated 9/8/2014

Timekeeper:Entering a Retroactive Pay Historical EditHere, Nick Anderson failed to punchout on Friday 8/29, as indicated bythe solid red box in the Out-punchcolumn on his timesheet. Thisresulted in Mr. Anderson not gettingpaid for work done on 8/29. The timeperiod is signed off, as indicated byblank fields in the first two columnsof the timesheet. The objective ofthis retroactive pay historical edit isto correct the missed punch and passthe time to PPS to be paid out in thecurrent bi-weekly pay period.6. Click the Amount menu.7. Select the Add Historical withRetroactive Pay Calculation itemto navigate to the Add Historicalwith Retroactive Pay Calculationscreen.67The Add Historical Amount withRetroactive Pay window will display.The needed correction can now beadded to the appropriate cell in thetimecard.8. Enter the corrections needed intothe appropriate fields in thetimecard9. Enter the desired Effective Datein the Effective Date field in thelower left of the window. TheEffective Date must be in thecurrent non- signed off payperiod.89In this example 3:30 PM has beenadded to the Out punch cell tocorrect the missed out punch and9/08/2014 has been added to theEffective Date field. [email protected] 2 of 6updated 9/8/2014

Timekeeper:Entering a Retroactive Pay Historical Edit10. Click the Calculate Differencesbutton on the bottom of thewindow to bring up the nextwindow.10The second window associated withthe Add Historical Amount withRetroactive Pay Calculation processwill appear.11The Effective Date, Historical Date,Account, Pay Code and Amount willbe pre-populated.11. Check the Include in Totals*checkbox to send this 8-houradditional Regular pay to PPSfor payment in the current payperiod payout.The Include in Totals checkbox should only be checked if the following conditions are met: There is no change to pay rateThere is no change to job codeOnly additional hours must be paidThe employee is okay with waiting for payment until the next bi-weekly pay cycleIf a manual check was requested for the hours to be paid to the employee do not check theInclude in Totals* checkbox. To do so will result in double pay for edited hours. [email protected] 3 of 6updated 9/8/2014

Timekeeper:Entering a Retroactive Pay Historical Edit12. Click the Save button to savethis historical edit.12After clicking the Save button, thetimecard will appear. An additional rowwill have been added by CalTime on thedate with the historical edit. In thisexample that is Friday 8/29.The line that is the historical edit willhave a gray background. In thisexample the gray background lineindicated Regular pay for 8.00 ours wasadded.The historical edit process is complete. [email protected] 4 of 6updated 9/8/2014

Timekeeper:Entering a Retroactive Pay Historical EditHistorical Edits for Friendly NamesHistorical Edits for Friendly Names are very is similar to retroactive pay historical edits, butrequire a few additional steps.To make an Historical Edit to aProject Tracking Pay Code*11. Select Project Tracking from thePay Code drop menu.22. From the Transfer drop menuclick the Search option.The Select Transfer window willappear.3. Select the Project option buttonto display a list of availableprojects.4. Select the appropriate Projectfrom the Available Entries andclick the OK button at thebottom of the window. [email protected] 5 of 6updated 9/8/2014

Timekeeper:Entering a Retroactive Pay Historical EditThis is an example of an AddHistorical Amount windowcompleted for a Project TrackingHistorical Edit.Note the selected Project will bedisplayed in the Transfer field.NOTE:Do not click the Include intotals for effective date orImpact Accruals buttons fora project tracking historicaledit. The project managerfor the project should edittheir project record.55. Click the Comments button tonavigate to the Commentsdialog window.6. In the Add Comment windowselect Timekeeper Adjustment.7. Click the OK button to add acomment to the editedtimesheet.6In the timesheet being edited, anadditional date line will be added byCalTime with a background in gray,and the Project name will display inthe Transfer column.7The Historical Edit for ProjectTracking is complete. [email protected] 6 of 6updated 9/8/2014

Entering a Retroactive Pay Historical Edit 12. Click the Save button to save this historical edit. After clicking the Save button, the timecard will appear. An additional row will have been added by CalTime on the date with the historical edit. In this example that is Friday 8/29. The line that is the historical edit will have a gray background .