Timekeeper v10 Training - School of Public Health

Timekeeper v10 Training - School of Public Health

School of Public Health MyAurion - Approve a Timekeeper Form Professional Staff HR Contacts Emma-Lee Tilley Human Resource Officer School of Public Health University of Queensland Phone: 336 64627 Email: [email protected] Work Hours and Breaks Prior to approving your casuals timesheet please ensure the following

guidelines are met: Minimum Casual Hours: The minimum work shift for professional casual staff is three hours. The only exception is for students who attend university and work on the same day a minimum one hour shift will apply. Work Hours: A full-time day is 7:15 (this equates to 72:30 per fortnight ). A casual will not work for more than 7:15 per day, if a casual does they will need to claim the extra hours on a separate day as we do not pay overtime. A casual should not work on a weekend or public holiday unless approved by the supervisor and HR prior to the work being completed. Breaks: Staff are required to take an unpaid meal break of at least 30 minutes

duration after five hours of work. Work Hours and Breaks Continued Breaks (Cont.): Staff who work a minimum 7:15 hours (excluding the meal break) on any one day will receive a paid break of ten minutes duration in the first half and the second half of the period worked . Staff who work a minimum four consecutive hours (but less than 7:15) on any one day are entitled to one ten minute paid break. Approval Deadlines Supervisors are required to approver all submitted Timekeeper forms by 12:00 pm on Friday of non-pay week. Any timekeeper forms not

approved by the cut-off will be automatically returned to the casual staff member and will not be paid in the following weeks pay. If you know that you will be away and unable to approve your casuals timekeeper forms please advise the HR Officer prior to Friday non-pay week so that they can arrange approval on your behalf. MyAurion To login to MyAurion please follow this link: https://myaurion.hr.uq.edu.au/Account/LogOn Approving a Timekeeper Form From the MyAurion tab, click the home click the Home button to access the grids in the Home summary panel on the left-hand side of the Home portal, as shown below.

Note: The Home detail panel on the right-hand side of the Home portal displays the number of Timekeeper messages that are currently awaiting approval. MyAurion Approving a Timekeeper Form Cont. From the Mail Inbox grid, select the pending Timekeeper mail item that is awaiting approval. The message details of the selected Timekeeper mail item and the TK form details display in the Message Details detail panel on the right-hand side of the Home portal, as shown below. MyAurion Approving a Timekeeper Form Cont. The following grids are accessible from the Message Details detail panel:

Message Details This grid displays the message details of the selected mail item, including the message type, from whom the message was received, and any comments the casual employee included when submitting their TK form for approval. Timekeeper Form Details This grid displays the pay period covered by the TK form and the staff members employee number. Summary This grid displays the total contact hours worked by the employee in this pay period.

Daily Summary Week 1 This grid displays the total contact hours worked by the employee in week one of this pay period. Daily Summary Week 2 This grid displays the total contact hours worked by the employee in week two of this pay period. Resulting Payroll Transactions This grid displays the payroll transactions including the pay code, hourly rate and the gross (before tax) amount to be paid for each contact hour block.

MyAurion Approving a Timekeeper Form Cont. Hours Worked (casual professional) This grid displays the breakdown of the hours the employee worked each day. When reviewing a TK form for a casual employee: Ensure the employee number listed in the Employee Number field in the Timekeeper Form Details grid on the Message Details detail panel is correct

Verify that the hours are correct (see section on Work Hours and Breaks for details) To view the actual Timekeeper form and verify hours - from the Timekeeper Form Details grid in the Message Details detail panel, click the Show Form button. The Timekeeper Form pop-up window is displayed (in read-only mode). When you have reviewed the Timekeeper form, click the Close icon (X) provided in the top right-hand corner of the Timekeeper Form pop-up window. MyAurion Approving a Timekeeper Form Cont.

Once hours have been checked and are correct - From the Message Details grid on the Message Details detail panel, click the Action button. The Message Details pop-up window is displayed, as shown below. MyAurion Approving a Timekeeper Form Cont. Complete the following fields displayed on the Message Details pop-up window: Action The action to be performed. To approve a TK form, select the Approve this Request option from the drop-down list provided Message Free text field where you may wish to include information for

the employee or supervisor Optional Recipients This field lists the casual employee and supervisor who will receive a notification that the TK form has been approved. By default, all recipients listed are selected. Click a recipients name to remove them from the email notification. Clicking the recipients name a second time will reselect the recipient but deselect the other names listed. To reselect all recipients, hold the Ctrl key down and click on each name listed. MyAurion Approving a Timekeeper Form Cont. From the Message Details pop-up window, click the Confirm button. The status of the Timekeeper mail item listed in the Mail Inbox grid is

updated to Approved. MyAurion sends an email to the optional recipients, selected in the Message Details pop-up window, confirming that the TK form has been approved. You can view the message sent from the Mail Sent grid in the Home summary panel.

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