Absence Management

ABSENCE MANAGEMENT AND
TIME & LABOR

Absence Management is a module in PeopleSoft that allows campus faculty and staff to report leave absences (sick, vacation, dock, CTO etc.) as well as track leave balances electronically. As of March 2017, leave balances will no longer be printed on the pay warrant, and faculty and staff will no longer use Form 634 to report absences to payroll. Timekeepers will review, and managers will approve absences electronically.

To assist in this transition, a series of tiered, training options, based on roles and responsibilities for time and attendance reporting (e.g., Timekeeper, Approver/Manager, Faculty and Staff) was made available. 

TIME & LABOR RESOURCE

 FOR EMPLOYEE, TIMEKEEPER, AND MANAGERS/APPROVERS  
Self Service User Guide [PDF]

ABSENCE MANAGEMENT RESOURCES

USER GUIDES

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STEP-BY-STEP GUIDES WITH SCREENSHOTS

TRAINING VIDEOS

 

*Faculty please confirm with the deans’ office or the timekeeper for your college/ department on how time and attendance reporting will be handled for their department.

If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Chris Muller, Payroll Services and Benefits Manager, at payrollservices@csudh.edu

 


FAQ's

  1. Can anyone other than me enter my time for me?
    Your timekeeper and manager (approver) have access to enter your time for you. Some departments may choose to have the timekeeper enter absences for faculty and staff who do not have access to a computer or for other purposes. The department is responsible for creating and overseeing this process, including storing absences reported to timekeepers for record keeping purposes.

  2. What if my approver is not available to approve my absences?
    An alternate manager in your reporting structure has access to approve your absences. Absence approval also can be done remotely by approvers by logging into PeopleSoft from the campus portal.

  3. Will payroll accept absences reported on paper and key into absence management on behalf of faculty and staff?
    No. Absence management will be the only method of reporting absences. No paper reports or forms will be accepted by payroll.

  4. What if I am late in submitting my absences?
    After the established due date for reporting and approving attendance, you will no longer be able to report absences via the Absence Management system. You must complete and submit a correction of absence form to payroll. Any leave reported via a correction of absence form will reflect on your leave balance reported in Absence Management after two pay periods (i.e., after two months).

 

USER GUIDES

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