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How to Process a Retroactive Leave Usage Payroll Entry

If you are a designated timekeeper, read these step-by-step instructions to process a retroactive leave usage payroll entry.

Note: You must complete the requirements for becoming a timekeeper before following the steps on this page.

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1. Log in to the Online Timekeeping system.

2. Select the pay cycle and your timekeeper code.

  • Go to the Timekeeper Select screen.
  • Select either the biweekly or monthly pay cycle. The current, active pay period will default as the selected choice in the window.
    Note: You may view prior pay period data by clicking the down arrow to the right of the window. Changes to a prior pay period must be made as an adjustment in the current pay period.
  • Select your timekeeper code from the list in the window.

3. Select the employee.

  • Proceed to the Employee List screen.
  • Select the employee name from your list of employees.
  • Proceed to the Detail Entry screen by clicking the [Detail] button.

4. Enter the hours.

  • Select the correct distribution pay line.
  • Click the [Copy 1] button near the bottom of the screen. The system will make one copy of your selected line and the text will appear in red.
  • Change the pay period end date:
    • Go to the override area of the screen.
    • Click on the down arrow next to the Pay End field.
    • Choose the appropriate pay period end date.
    Note: The period end date for all adjustments must be an actual payroll period end date.
  • Enter the leave hours in the appropriate field of the copied pay reporting line.
  • Reverse the hours previously reported using a minus (-) sign.
    Note: If the employee receives pay from more than one fund source, make sure the reported hours always equal the reversed hours so the adjustment doesn't affect the employee's pay.

5. Update the entry.

  • Click the [Update] button to update the entry.
  • You will receive the message "Update Completed."

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