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Time and Labor is a web-based PeopleSoft application that allows employees to report working hours and leave directly into the system using the Employee Self Service timesheet. This new process:
Campus implementation of Time and Labor is underway. As implementation continues, we will continue to add updates and further information to our website. Please review the basics of Time and Labor below; training guides and additional resources are available on our Training Materials page.
Monthly Exempt time reporters:
Monthly Non-Exempt time reporters:
Semi-monthly time reporters:
Departments have the option of having their semi-monthly time reporters enter time manually into the timesheet, or they can use the Web Clock:
Absence Management is the PeopleSoft module that handles absence processing for employee accruals and absences for eligible and enrolled employees. Absence is configured to calculate based on State of Texas rules for eligibility, accrual rates, and annual vacation carryover limits.
Through Employee Self-Service, employees are able to monitor their balances and request vacation and/or sick leave online. Through Manager Self-Service, direct supervisors are able to monitor their direct reports’ balances, respond to vacation/sick leave requests, and view an overall calendar of scheduled absences.
The University of Texas at Dallas, as a component of the University of Texas System, is required to use definitions and standards applicable under the Fair Labor Standards Act to comply with the General Appropriations Act, Article IX, Section 2, concerning overtime compensation requirements.
The schedule of activities should be organized such that employees are not required to work in excess of established work periods except when operational necessities demand it. Any overtime served which results in an employee being paid for his/her services must have the advance written approval of the President or his/her designee. The president of UT Dallas has delegated this authority to the department heads.
For further instructions and clarification for instructions on who qualifies for compensatory and/or overtime, please refer to UTDBP3051: Pay Administration.