Consolidation of University Records of Employees (CURE)

Consolidation of University Records of Employees (CURE)

Timesheet And Payment System (TAPS) Timesheets, Total Hours, and Gross payments for Casual and Overload employees 1 Project Overview

Provide hourly employees (Casuals and Overloads) a web interface to input hours worked in order to get paid. Provide a means to submit total hours, for employees that track daily time via some other method (punch clock). Provide a means to submit gross payments, for employees paid in lump sum or semi-monthly. 2

Timesheet Workflow Hourly Employee creates timesheet document and submits it to Supervisor. Supervisor approves/denies timesheet Business Office approves/denies timesheet Employee Submits

Supervisor Approves Business Office Approves Payroll

3 Email Notifications Clicking on link in email notification. 4 Setups Casual and Overload loaded into PeopleSoft:

http://ps.hawaii.edu TAPS Business Office role setup: Timesheet Approvers defined on FO Groups page within Profiler: http://www.hawaii.edu/profiler Hourly Casuals that dont have UH Username will have to register at: http://www.hawaii.edu/ account 5

Logging On http://www.hawaii.edu/timesheets 6 Site walkthru 7

Target Date UH Systemwide Production rollout in May 2012 8 Site URL and Contact http://www.hawaii.edu/timesheets

[email protected] 9

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