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Important Workday reminder

This is an important reminder regarding time entries in Workday for the Thanksgiving shutdown, Thursday, Nov. 22 through Sunday, Nov. 25It is critical for employees to enter and submit their time by the lockout period deadlines

PSRP Full-Time Hourly Employees:

For each day worked over the shutdown period:

  • Choose the Time Entry Code of “Holiday Pay
  • Enter the quantity of hours you would have worked (maximum of 8 hours)
  •  If you work more than 8 hours in a day you have the following options:
    • Work with your supervisor to adjust your schedule for the week to work the additional hours, OR
    • Use other paid leave for time in excess of 8 hours

If required to work during the shutdown to provide critical services*, enter those hours as “Hours Worked.”  Workday will calculate your pay at the holiday rate.

 

PSRP Part-Time Employees:

  • Per the approved college policy, Part-Time PSRP can choose to use Paid Time Off (PTO) time, and record the PTO hours in order to be paid over the Thanksgiving Shutdown.
  • Work with your supervisor to adjust your hours for the week and work more hours on the days that are not part of the shutdown period. 
  • If required to work during the shutdown because you provide critical services*, enter those hours as “Hours Worked.”  Workday will calculate your pay at the holiday rate. 

Part-Time Faculty, Casual, Student Help, and Work Study Employees:

Not eligible for payment for time not worked over the shutdown, however, if required to work over the shutdown, enter the hours as “Hours Worked.” Workday will calculate your pay at time and a half.

Administrative, PSRP Band C Salaried, and Full-time Faculty (Exempt) Employees

No time entries required during the shutdown.

 

If you have any questions, please contact the Payroll Office at (608) 246-6650.

* Examples of critical services include veterinary technology, public safety and designated positions in technology services and facilities.

 

 

Published November 16, 2018. Updated November 19, 2018.