Entering Comments to Duration Timecard (PDF | 2 Slides)
When there is information or an exception in your timecard, you can add comments to justify or explain the information or anomaly in your schedule. Your manager will be able to review the comments and either approve the timecard, or contact you for more information. In this document, you will learn how to add comments to your timecard.

Entering Different Pay Codes to Duration Timecard (PDF | 2 Slides)
The time durations you enter into your timecard are automatically allocated to a default pay code. If you need to add hours to your timecard that require a different pay code, for example, vacation or sick time, you can manually add the applicable pay code and the associated duration of time. In this document, you will learn how to manually enter pay codes to your timecard.

Entering Duration (PDF | 1 Slide)
As an employee, you need to keep track of the hours that you work each day. By using uTIME, you can record the number of hours, or duration of time, that you have worked using the Duration/Project Timecard. In this document, you will learn how to enter and edit durations of time in the duration/project timecard in the My Timecard window.

Entering Punches – Hourly Timecard (PDF | 2 Slides)
As an employee, you need to keep track of the hours that you work each day. With uTIME, you can record the hours that you work using the My Timecard window. In this job aid you will learn how to punch in and out, and correct a missed punch in a timecard using the My Timecard window.

Navigating the Timecard (PDF | 2 Slides)
With uTIME, you can use the My Timecard window to review your time entry data, make edits, and address or view exceptions within your timecard. In this document, you will learn how to navigate the My Timecard window.

Navigating uTIME (PDF | 3 Slides)
In this document, you will learn how to navigate uTime and manage the active workspace.

Performing Job Transfers (PDF | 2 Slides)
Your department may choose to track worked hours to specific jobs. By default, your worked hours are tracked to your assigned primary job. However, you may be asked to work other jobs, or you may alternate between jobs on a regular basis. When your worked hours need to be applied to a job outside of your primary job, you will need to perform a job transfer to ensure that your worked hours are tracked properly. In this document, you will learn how to transfer worked hours to a job outside of your primary job.

Printing Your Timecard (PDF | 1 Slide)
In uTIME, you can track and review timecard details in paper form. Simply print your timecard to have access to the paper version of the data. In this document, you will learn how to print your timecard.

Punching In and Out – Timestamp (PDF | 2 Slides)
As an hourly employee, you need to keep track of the hours that you work each day. By using the Timestamp window, you can record the hours that you work. In this job aid you will learn how to punch in and out using the My Timestamp window.

Running Reports (PDF | 2 Slides)
In uTIME, you may have access to the My Reports window. The My Reports window contains three reports that help you to track your accrual balances and schedule, and provides details regarding the time that you worked. Keep in mind that while these three reports are available, you may not have access to them all. In this document, you will learn how to access and run reports using the My Reports window.