Description: The following passage mainly focuses on adp workforce login, which is going to show you how to use your new ATP workforce now time card. You will learn the instruction on entering time into the new ADP time sheets.
This article is going to show you how to use your new ATP workforce now time card, by now you should have registered and created a user ID and password, you’ll enter here, once you have logged in, you’ll see a screen similar to this.
You won’t have many buttons up top, you’ll see some of the information here, it’s generic information, we’re going to update this, we have company forms, HR forms, company news and different things on here, for this purpose you won’t have a my team unless you’re a supervisor, but you’ll have a similar button where you’ll click and go to your timecard.
For this instance we’re going to use Sherry as an example, this shows the full two weeks of this current pay period, in entering your time, you simply select the hours box for the date, type in the number of hours you worked, you do not need to put anything in this earnings code box unless you used bereavement, it was a holiday, jury duty or PTO.
These other two will be removed, primarily this will be a PTO or holiday event, otherwise leave it blank, the department should default to your correct department, 300 is administration, that’s where sherry works, everything’s good there.
She can go down and save her timesheet, on Tuesday she came in and worked for 4 hours, that was regular but she had four hours leave, as you can see there’s only one day here for Tuesday, in order to get an additional day, we’re going to click this plus button.
It’s going to give us another time slot for this day and will enter four hours in there, we get the total for the day at eight, we’ll go over here and say this is paid time off, she can save again, you continue this each day, for days you don’t work, in Saturday and Sunday, you don’t put anything in.
On Wednesday she worked for 10 hours, she had eight regular hours and two of overtime, she simply needs to put in 10 there, she doesn’t need to put in any additional lines, the system automatically calculates the overtime at the end of the pay period.
She’ll save, as the end of the pay period, hit save and calculate, the timesheet will automatically be forwarded to his supervisor for approval, another feature is an example, let’s use the snow days where there was a little bit of confusion.
Let’s say this Thursday back in February was a snow day, she worked, she put in eight, but she can come over here and click this little tab which allows her to put a note, that way your supervisor will see the note, there will no need for them to go to email and see if she worked.
This will also be good for the service staff, if you have a note on a certain job you are doing, you can put a note in there, if you had overtime, you could click this and say OT was for John Hopkins, they would calculate, it’s basic, this should cut down on a lot of time input from everybody and a lot of manual side to get everything into payroll.
If you have any questions, you can email or call me, I’ll help you walk through it, we also have a neat app, you can enter your time through the app, you can view your pay stub and everything through the app, thanks.