To: TIM Administrators
From: TIM Support
Biweekly 14 (12/19/22 – 1/1/23) Sign Off Deadline
- The Biweekly 14 sign off deadline has been extended to a later time due to the New Year’s Day holiday on Monday, Jan.2. Biweekly 14 timecards must be signed off by9:00 p.m. tonight, Tuesday, Jan. 3.
- Please note that sign off removal requests must still be received by the usual deadline, 4:00 p.m. today, Tuesday, Jan. 3. Sign off removal requests must be emailed directly to firstname.lastname@example.org by 4:00 p.m. to ensure timely processing.
Holidays & Optional Workday in Biweekly 14
Biweekly 14 (12/19/22 – 1/1/23) Holidays
- The Winter Break Holidays included in Biweekly 14 are Monday Dec. 26, Tuesday Dec. 27, Wednesday Dec. 28, and Thursday Dec. 29. Holidays do not appear in EHRA timecards.
Biweekly 14 Optional Workday, Friday Dec. 30
- Friday, Dec. 30 is an optional workday. An employee may work on the optional workday, if approved by their supervisor. If an employee is not going to work on Dec. 30, they should enter leave hours taken on that day.
- In particular, SHRA Non-Exempt employees must have hours worked or leave hours taken entered on Friday, Dec. 30 in their timecards before the sign off deadline tonight to ensure they are paid for that day in their Biweekly 14 pay check.
- Holiday hours appear automatically in TIM for SHRA employees with 50%, 75%, 80%, and 100% FTE. For SHRA part time permanent employees whose FTE percentage is not equal to 50%, 75% or 80% the TIM Administrators must enter the ‘Holiday’ pay code and the pro-rated amount of holiday hours on the day with the holiday in the timecard. Holidays do not appear in EHRA timecards.
- If an employee is not eligible to receive holiday hours, insert a row on the day with the holiday, select the ‘Holiday’ pay code, and enter a negative amount of hours in the timecard to cancel the hours.
- Hours worked on a Holiday will automatically be calculated as Regular or Overtime. If the employee was required to work on a Holiday, the TIM Administrator or Manager will insert a row on the Holiday, select the ‘Holiday Premium’ pay code, and enter the amount of hours worked on that day. The actual hours worked must not be removed. The hours worked and Holiday Premium hours should both appear in the timecard on the Holiday worked.