Description: The article is about adp payroll login. This passage introduces timecard managers to the ADP Timecard Manager workspace,it also introduces some methods on how to use do to timecard edit. The time manager can review the steps and make sure all requests are represented.
All time managers will be presented with this four-step daily tasks quick nap when they sre first logging into the ADP time system,the purpose of the daily tasks and the quickmask is to allow the time manager to review the steps and to ensure that time stamps and accrued time off requests are properly represented on the timecard.
There are four quick naps that are available,any three of which are visible at one time,let’s begin with the on premise check. The purpose of the on premise check daily tasks quick nap is to allow the time manager to get an idea of how the employees are clocking on the current day,by default the time period is the current day. The columns that are available in the quick nap include an excused absence.
An excused absence means that the employee has a schedule that they did not clock in,confused absence indicates that a time off request they submitted was received and approved by the time manager and has been indicated on the timecard. On-premises indicates that the employee has clocked in at least time-stamped one during the day although it does not require that,there will be a valid time pair for both clocking in and clocking out.
On scheduled hours indicates that someone has walked in and clocked out of their schedule and it was not reflected on their schedule. A report to manager column will allow supervisors who supervise employees to be able to sort the list of employees that are in front of them,the supervisors should make sure that information is presented to them for convenience.
You can click on the header. The time period is always set to today,all those can be changed to be any other time period that the manager wishes. But by default it is set to today. You will see all home employees,the difference between them is that all home indicates any employee that the manager has access to,that means an active employee.
However some time card managers may need to see employees who are on formal leaves of absence,in that case the show feature can be changed from all home,you can change leave of absence if necessary.
The second quick nap available to timecard managers is the style time cards,you can move to this by simply clicking on the quick nap header. The system will refresh,some new columns will be presented to you,the system will default to a prior time period.
In this case the time is yesterday,now obviously if you are reviewing this screen on a Monday,you need to change this manually to last week or to a specific date if you want to use this screen. By default yesterday is the calendar day,it is not last Friday,you can change the show.
The columns are available,a timecard manager can view unexcused absence,miss punch,early in,late in,early out,laid out and unspecial hours. Unexcused absence is as explained prior,they did not submit a time off request and they have not clocked in any time during that day. This is a looking in the past so in this case the time is yesterday. Miss punch indicates that they did not punch in or out in accordance with their schedule and they had an unmatched punch,every punch in must be accompanied by a punch out and.
Early in indicates that the employee punched in prior to the beginning of their schedule as indicated on their schedule,laid in indicates they’ve punched in after,early out means that they punched out before the end of their schedule and laid out they punched out after. That’s because when they punched in and out off of their schedule,it was not reflected on their schedule. You can again sort this by reports to manager.
The third quick nap available to prime managers is to check overtime,you can click on that quick nap header there,it refreshes my screen. By default the system is going to only show you employees who incurred overtime in the current pay period,you could change this to the prior pay period if you were looking at this.
You are reviewing all of your employees time stamps for the prior pay period and you can view the list of overtime here to be able to see if anybody has occurred over time. That can be unapproved by you,so what that means is that it’s up to the program to determine whether or not overtime is allowable. However even if an employee worked overtime and it was not pre-approved,the employee needs to be paid for that time if they have worked regardless of the approval status of the work.
Finally the fourth quick nap is our summary and let me show you how to get to that,the access to that McNab is there,you can do that by clicking these double arrows,it will take you to the last clip. I’m clicking on that at this time. This is possibly the most useful thing that you’ll have access to. What it shows you is that it shows you for the current pay period,it will show you all hours work.
Let me show you how to best view this screen because I am still showing my other widgets over here and I may not need these at this time so I’d like to expand my screen,I can click the maximize button which is that little square in the corner. My screen gets a little bit bigger helps to be able to see things better.
You’ll notice that the way that the screen organized is by the employees name,you can see it on the left and you can view the hours you worked,those are represented first,you can also view regular,any overtime,double time. There’s a column which is the sum of these columns.
If I scroll to the right,I can then see all hours indicated on the time card from any accrued approved benefit for example vacation or sick or jury duty,I can also see if there was a holiday grand to them or if they took a floating holiday education breeze. There has been some column of the non worked hours and then all hours paid,this represents total column that we currently have on paper timesheet.
This screen also shows you leave without paying,we will utilize this in the future,we are going to move towards where we show all time cards with 80 hours even if the employee didn’t work for 80 hours. If they’re an ADR employee,it means that they will work 40 hours a week.
We’re looking forward to letting you use this to fill in areas.
If an employee either is unscheduled because they’re a part-time employee and it doesn’t reach their expected hours or if they are full-time employees who have certain desires,it can be used to change the schedule.
We’ll have more information about that in a quick reference guide in the future. At this point,our goal is to review the all hours first column,that has been represented there,you can see all hours.
These are the four quick nads available to you at any time,those are on premise check,reconcile time cards,check overtime and our summer.