Description: The article below shows us some useful information about ADP which you can get payroll vacation requests and several other details about how to log in with the information given.
I will go over our ADP, which is basically our company that does our payroll, that’s where all your benefit information is, it’s where you do your time off request anything to do with HR.
Once you log in with the information, you’re going to see options here at the bottom, you’ve got your pay statements option. Once you click on that, it’ll pull up every check that you’re being paid, it’ll show you the deductions, make sure anytime you have questions about a particular paycheck such as you didn’t get paid on something or your pay is not correct.
Make sure before you email HR or payroll that you go in and click on this link, so you can verify at first. See what’s been paid to you and deducted from your pay before you direct any questions to payroll or HR, you’ve also got company policies and directories.
Over here to the left, you have your direct deposit form your w-4 your benefit guide. And the direct path patient advocate, you’ve got here at the top. If you click on myself, it gives you the option for time off request. So anytime you want to request vacation or anything like that, you would click here and then request time off balances, a list of requests that’s been submitted.
It’s going to be here in this login for you. You would click request time off and then you would fill out the dates, the hours, the reasons and those type things. Once you fill that out, it goes to your supervisor for them to approve it that way, you will get paid.
If you’re going to take that time off, there are certain dates that are restricted, what we call blackout dates in retail, where you cannot take certain times off. So if you try to request time off, it won’t let you request those dates. So you’ll be able to tell what states that you can and cannot request.
It’s very important, please verify in your paychecks before you reach out to our HR department or payroll, stating that you’ve not gotten your pay, because your pay is accurate.