Description: The article is about adp portal login. This is a tutorial on how to use the ADP timecard to log in,log out and request a time off. The author works you through on how to use the ADP timecard to log in,log out and request a time off. He also introduces some features of the ADP.
We are now switching over to ADP’s time card and I have created a tutorial today to walk you through the process,this tutorial will focus on logging in,clocking in and out by using the Pecos setting preferences,let us begin. We’ll start by going to the website,you wouldn’t want to go to ADP.com and hit enter because that will take you to ADP’s primary page which has nothing to do with the timecard.
You need to be sure that you have entered in workforce now ADP.com,you can add it to your favourites and you’ll use that to gain access to your timecard from here. This tutorial is not going to teach you how to register,it’s a fairly simple process,all you have to do is to click register here and it’ll walk you through. Once you’ve completed your registration,you’ll be able to use your user ID and password to log in,if you click login,it will take you to our new digits treem certified home page.
If your page for some reason does not look like this,all you have to do is to click this home tab,I promise you it will work. Now we’re going to focus on the right-hand side of the page that says my time,we’re going to utilize these to clock in and clock out mechanisms,I’ve clocked in and clocked out quite a few times today because I’ve been testing this.
However primarily you’re going to clock in and clock out when you get into the office,you’re going to clock out when you go to lunch,you need to clock back in after lunch and you will clock out for the day. Now if the time that you clocked in or clocked out may not be the proper time,then you can always edit that by entering in my timecard,we’ll do that now.
First,you need to make sure that you’re on the correct pay period,one time I looked at my timecard and I didn’t see anything on my timecard and I was stressed I was thinking that I didn’t clocking out because I wasn’t on the current pay period,I was on the next pay period so you need to make sure that you’re at the right pay period,I promise you everything will appear as you have entered it.
For today I’ve already entered in my time,but I want to show you exactly how to do it because there is a neat feature that I learned that might save you a couple of seconds. As opposed to putting an 8: 00,all you have to do with this cool new ADP system is to put 8 a and then click tab,it automates the 8 a.m. for you.
If you want to use the PM feature,all you have to do is to put in whatever p.m. time that you want,that will automate the PM for you. There are certain pay codes,you don’t need to focus on these for a typical day,however today I will leave early to go to a doctor’s appointment so I’m going to enter that time in a sick.
I got back from my lunch at 1:00 p.m. ,I will hit that 1p tab and I’ll leave at 2:30,I’ll use the pay code Sick,but there are various pay codes,I want to show them to you,there are bereavement,double-time holiday,jury duty,sick and vacation.
I’ll go ahead and click that sick tab,it tells me the amount of hours that I worked,it was four and a half and then after lunch I’m going to work one and a half hours for a total of six hours. I have that sick pay code which will allow HR to understand why I didn’t work my full eight hours.
If you are planning on taking a vacation,you should be sure to click the save to save operation. If you’re planning on taking a vacation save for the next paper,you can go ahead and go to the next pay period and you’ll be able to enter in that information.
I’ve already entered in some vacation because I was playing around with this but I want to show you exactly how to enter in that information. For entering vacations,it’s a little bit different,instead of entering in your time,you’re going to first search for the pay code vacation and then go ahead and insert the amount of hours that you’ll miss. If it’s a full day,you can put your 8 hours,if it’s half day,you need to put 4 hours,I want to show you how to do that.
It’s going to automatically populate the time that you’ve missed their system and it’ll have some feature that will do it for you. But it doesn’t utilize both lines,it’s going to let you know that you used four hours and then you’ll be able to save it.
Now let’s go back to the current pay period so that I can show you how to set your preferences,it gives you every single day of the week Sunday through Saturday. I only work on Monday through Friday in a typical week so I don’t need to have the Saturday and Sunday feature.
At the end of the pay period when I’m entering in my information,these blanks might stress me out,I don’t know why I get stressed out easily. If there’s any way to cut down on my level of stress,I like to do that. I’ll go over here and go to my preferences,it’s checked,I want to show you unscheduled days,I don’t want that feature so I’ll go ahead and uncheck that box.
Automatically it’s going to show me what my timecard would look like for my scheduled days,now if you work Saturday and Sunday,you might want to keep those box checked,but it’s up to you,that’s why it’s called preferences. You can definitely do that.
There are also the rows per day,each day automatically has two days so that you can take your lunch,but if you’re in and out of the office from several times a day,you can set that too. If you in and out of the office seven times a day,you might want to have seven rows available to be able to clock in and clock out,I want to show you what that would look like.
These are seven different rows for each day and obviously each day would be populated dependent on time to clock in and clock out,I’ll go back and set it to my usual two,that things are the way that I want them to look. Last but not least,I’ll show you how to approve the time card,it’s fairly simple,all you have to do is to click approve timecard like this,it’s going to ask you that do you want to approve it? Yes,I do.
Now the time cards are approved. It seems simple but you you don’t want to be that boy or that girl who forgets to approve their time card because ADP has the system so intertwined that if one person forgets to approve their time card,it brings everything to a screeching halt and we don’t want that.
You need to make sure that you approve your time card,once it’s filled out,you can click that approve time card and everything will be done on your end,your supervisor will also be able to approve time cards in the exact same way by clicking this button and everything will move smoothly.
Now if you have any additional questions,you can reach out to HR. I think this tutorial should cover everything that you need for the fundamentals but they’re the ones that you want to ask all those nuanced questions,hopefully this is easy enough to understand.