Time Report Training Presented by: Human Resource Services

Time Report Training Presented by: Human Resource Services Updated February 2019 Todays Objectives Review Time/Leave Processes Discuss Department Responsibility for Time/Leave Reporting HRS has increased communication with

areas that have repeated errors processing time/leave reports and notify Appointing Authorities, Deans and Vice Presidents of concerns. HRS notifies WSU Internal Audit of serious and/or repeated concerns. Policies and Regulations Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) sets and regulates minimum wage, hours worked, overtime and record keeping Washington Administrative Codes (WAC) Business Policies & Procedures Manual (BPPM) Revised Code of Washington (RCW)

Department Responsibility Employees are required to complete a monthly time or leave report. Time Report records attendance, leave, and overtime for overtime-eligible employees (civil service, bargaining unit, AP and Faculty) Leave Report records leave activity for Faculty and AP employees who are ineligible to earn overtime. Department Responsibility Department maintains original leave/time report for each employee. If employee transfers to another department, the leave file is transferred to the new department

Department must provide employee with a copy of the completed time/leave report each month Upon separation from WSU, department submits original time/leave reports to HRS for official audit Annual Leave and Sick Leave Accruals Civil Service Employees New CS & BU employees hired 1-15th of month earn full accruals at FTE rate. If hired 16th to end of month, do NOT earn AL accruals but earn SL accruals prorated to hours worked CS & BU Employee separating 1-15th, do NOT earn AL accruals but earn SL accruals prorated to hours worked;

employee separating 16th-end of month, earn full accruals. If FTE changes during a single month, accruals are figured on the FTE on the last working day of the month. Leave Accruals Civil Service Employees Employees cannot use AL or SL until the first day of the month AFTER it is accrued. Employees may use AL & SL during probationary period Employees may use Personal Holiday during probationary period (BU employees should check the appropriate contract) Current

Civil Service Annual Leave Accrual Rates for Full-Time Employees (BPPM 60.57) Year Effective July 1, 2017 Accrual Per Year Accrual Per Month 1-2 years (of continuous state employment) 14 days 9.33 hrs

3 years (of continuous state employment) 15 days 10.00 hrs 4 years (of continuous state employment) 16 days 10.67 hrs 5-6 years (of total state employment)

17 days 11.33 hrs 7-9 years (of total state employment) 18 days 12.00 hrs 10-14 years (of total state employment) 20 days 13.33 hrs

15-19 years (of total state employment) 22 days 14.67 hrs 20-24 (of total state employment) 24 days 16.00 hrs 25 and longer (of total state employment)

25 days 16.67 hrs See Page 4 Historical 7/1/05 6/30/17 Civil Service Annual Leave Accrual Rates for Full-Time Employees Year Accrual Per Year Accrual Per Month

1 (of continuous state employment) 12 days 8.00 hrs. 2 (of continuous state employment) 13 days 8.67 hrs. 3-4 (of continuous state employment) 14 days

9.33 hrs. 5-7 (of total state employment) 15 days 10.00 hrs. 8-10 (of total state employment) 16 days 10.67 hrs.

11 (of total state employment) 17 days 11.33 hrs. 12 (of total state employment) 18 days 12.00 hrs. 13 (of total state employment) 19 days

12.67 hrs. 14 (of total state employment) 20 days 13.33 hrs. 15 (of total state employment) 21 days 14.00 hrs.

16 and longer (of total state employment) 22 days 14.67 hrs. July 1, 2005 June 30, 2017 See Page 5 Accrual Chart Continuous Employment Date: 10/14/06 Initial Hire Date: 10/14/06 DATE:

RATE: MONTHS COMPLETED SERVICE: 10/06 10/07 10/08 10/09 10/10 10/11 10/12 10/13 10/14

10/15 10/16 *7/17 10/17 10/18 10/19 10/20 8.00 8.67 9.33 9.33 10.00 10.00 10.00

10.67 10.67 10.67 11.33 13.33 13.33 13.33 13.33 14.67 0 12 24 36 48

60 72 84 96 108 120 New rates 132 144 156 168 See Page 6 Annual Leave Accruals

Civil Service Employees - LWOP When an employee has 11 or more FULL days of LWOP in a month: they do not earn AL for that month, and their AL accrual rate increase will be deferred by one month. Sick Leave Accruals Civil Service Employees - LWOP When an overtime eligible employee has LWOP exceeding 80 hours in the month (prorated for part-time), sick leave must be prorated based on the number of hours in pay status for the month. WAC 357-31-121 When an overtime exempt employee has LWOP

exceeding 80 hours in the month (prorated for part-time), they do not earn sick leave. WAC 357-31-121 Accrual Chart with LWOP Continuous Employment Date: 10/14/06 Initial Hire Date: 10/14/06 Employee had LWOP 1/5/08-3/7/08 and 10/2/09-11/7/09 DATE: RATE: MONTHS COMPLETED SERVICE:

10/06 10/07 8.00 8.67 0 12 *LWOP 1/5/08-3/7/08 defer 2 months 12/08 9.33 24

*LWOP 10/2/09-11/7/09 defer 1 month 1/10 1/11 1/12 9.33 10.00 10.00 36 48 60 1/13

1/14 1/15 1/16 1/17 *7/17 1/18 1/19 1/20 1/21 10.00 10.67 10.67 10.67 11.33

13.33 13.33 13.33 13.33 14.67 72 84 96 108 120 New rates 132 144 156

168 See Page 8 LEAVE WITHOUT PAY See Page 9 Leave Accruals AP and Faculty Employees AP on full-time appointments earn 8 hours SL and 16.67 AL per month Faculty on full-time appointments earn 8 hours SL and 16.67 AL per month Faculty & AP less than full-time accrue leave at

their FTE rate (50% FTE = 4 hrs SL, 8.34 AL) Annual Leave accrual rate increased to 16.67 hours (from previous rate of 14.67) effective September 1, 2017 Leave Accruals AP and Faculty Employees Employees cannot use AL or SL until the first day of the month AFTER it is accrued. Faculty on annual 12 month appointments earn AL and SL Faculty on academic appointments (at least a semester) earn SL only. Leave Accruals AP and Faculty Employees

Faculty & AP hired or separated within the month receive leave on a prorated basis; based on number of days in paid status Faculty & AP on LWOP receive leave on a prorated basis; based on number of days in paid status Prorating Leave Accruals AP and Faculty Employees Number of days in paid status number of paid working days in the month = Fraction; Fraction x 16.67 x FTE = AL accrual Example: 100% FTE employee works 10 days out of 22 possible in the month 10/22=.454x16.67x100%=7.58 AL

Number of days in paid status number of paid working days in the month = Fraction; Fraction x 8.00 x FTE = SL accrual Leave Policies AP & Faculty - Maximum AL balance is 352 hours; leave earned in excess of 352 is lost Civil Service Maximum AL balance is 240 hours on anniversary date AP & Faculty - Emergency Leave is granted up to 5 days for qualifying event Civil Service Bereavement Leave is granted up to 3 days for qualifying event Personal Holiday

Civil Service - Earn a Personal Holiday each calendar year (Jan 1 - Dec 31) based on FTE rate AP & Faculty - Earn a Personal Holiday each fiscal year (July 1-June 30) based on FTE rate Faculty on appointment less than 12 months do not earn a personal holiday Personal Holiday does not carry forward to the next year. Recording Hours Worked The official WSU work week is from Sunday, 12:01 a.m. to Saturday, 11:59 p.m. Overtime eligible employees must account

for hours worked each day Overtime is calculated at hours worked in excess of 40 hours in the work week, not hours worked each workday What Constitutes Overtime for Overtime Eligible Employees? Civil Service Employees (WAC 357-28-255) Work in excess of forty hours in one work week Work on a holiday For full-time employees, work on a scheduled day off when assigned by the employer

What Constitutes Overtime for Overtime-Eligible AP and Faculty Overtime-eligible AP and Faculty Overtime is work in excess of 40 hours in one work week Work on a holiday is NOT considered overtime but hours worked count towards total hours in the work week Work on a schedule day off is NOT considered overtime but hours worked count towards total hours in the work week Overtime Compensation

Hours worked over 40 must be compensated at one and one-half times the employees regular rate of pay. WAC 357-28-260 Part-time employees do not earn overtime at time and one-half until they have worked more than 40 hours in the work week. Hours worked between their required hours and 40 hours must be PAID at straight time. No Straight Time Comp Time Overtime Compensation Premium Pay (PP): employee receives payment at time and one-half. Compensatory time (PC): employee receives time off with pay at time and one-half.

Comp time may substitute for paid overtime if employee and employer agree. WAC 357-28-275 The accumulation of unused comp time may not exceed 240 hours. Departments may establish maximums of less than 240 hours. Unused compensatory time must be paid in cash at the end of each biennium Straight Time (OP): employee receives payment at regular rate of pay. Calculating Overtime Paid Holidays: considered hours worked for

calculating overtime. Personal Holiday: considered hours worked for calculating overtime. Work on Scheduled Day Off: CS/BU - Full-time employees assigned to work on a scheduled day off earn overtime (PP or PC); Work

on a Holiday: CS/BU Earn overtime (PP/PC) If holiday falls on Friday and there is overtime for the week, OT hours should be reflected on Thursday Calculating Overtime Sick Leave is NOT considered hours worked for calculating overtime Annual Leave

is NOT considered hours worked for calculating overtime Compensatory time off is NOT considered hours worked for calculating overtime Leave without Pay is NOT considered hours worked for calculating overtime Temporary Schedule Changes By

mutual agreement, employee and supervisor may agree to a temporarily modified schedule during the work week. Such scheduling does not require advance notice. WAC 357-28-252(3) To request a temporary schedule change, employee submits the request to the department for approval (BPPM 60.33). The employing official may approve the request but is not required to do so.

Temporary Schedule Changes Employer must provide two calendar days notice for temporary changes lasting 30 calendar days or less. Employer may provide less than two calendar days notice in some circumstances. Permanent changes in schedule that exceed thirty calendar days, employer must provide seven calendar days notice. WAC 357-28-252(2)

See Page 15 Alternate Work Schedules When a holiday falls on an employee's scheduled work day, record holiday hours and necessary amount of AL, CT or LWOP to account for work day schedule. BPPM 60.60 When a holiday falls on an employees scheduled day off, the department may: Designate the prior or following work day as the holiday

Provide the employee with equivalent paid time off (OP) Allow the employee to observe an in lieu of holiday at a later date. Temporary Hourly Appointments WSU employees who hold a temp/hourly position in addition to their primary appointment must be compensated accordingly. Full-time, OT-eligible employees receive OT payment for all hours worked in temp/hourly position. The secondary department is required to ensure they receive appropriate rate of pay. OT-ineligible employees must coordinate with their

primary department to account for hours worked in temp/ hourly secondary position. Paid Sick Leave for Hourly Employees RCW 49.46.020(4), BPPM 60.43 Beginning January 1, 2018, every employer in the state of Washington must provide to each of its employees paid sick leave (PSL) as provided in RCW 49.29.400 and 49.46.210.

Paid sick leave shall accrue at 1 hour for every 40 hours worked (across WSU, not department/unit) PSL is calculated and paid through Positive Pay sysem Employee receives PSL at their normal hourly rate; department budget funds the PSL Unused PSL of 40 hours or less must be carried over to the following year Work-study students are eligible to earn PSL; work-study funds cant be used for payment of PSL Employees rehired within 12 months of separation must have their accrued, unused PSL restored Inclement Weather (BPPM 50.40 & 60.40) During inclement weather, employees may use

the following types of leave: Accrued annual leave Accrued compensatory time Personal holiday (full day only) Sick leave (after all other leaves are exhausted, up to 3 days maximum in a calendar year) Leave without pay http://hrs.wsu.edu/resources/inclement-weather/ Suspended Operations ( (BPPM 50.40 & 60.40)

Emergencies forcing a declaration of suspended operations may occur and affect all or part of an instructional day. Employees required to work during suspended operations receive their regular rate of pay. Employees not required to work must account for the hours by: Accrued annual leave Accrued compensatory time (if overtime-eligible) Personal holiday (full-day only) Sick leave (after all other leaves are exhausted, up to 3 days maximum in a calendar year)

Leave Without Pay Be given opportunity reschedule work time lost. Must be rescheduled and worked within the workweek http://hrs.wsu.edu/resources/inclement-weather/ December Holiday Reduced Operations Most university operations and services will be unavailable during this time. Departments are encouraged to be flexible determining schedules. If employees request to work and work is available, managers may approve. Final determinations are made by manager. Employees not working must account for time by: Accrued annual leave

Accrued compensatory time Personal holiday (full day only) Leave without pay http://hrs.wsu.edu/resources/december-holiday-reduced-operations/ December 2009 See Page 18 See Page 19 See Page 20 See Page 21

See Page 22 See Page 23 January 2010 See Page 24 See Page 25 See Page 26 See Page 27 See Page 28

See Page 29 See Page 30 See Page 31 Common Time Reporting Errors Employees must be in FULL pay status the work shift before a holiday to receive holiday pay. Calculate appropriate accruals for civil service. Carry forward correct leave balances. Simple addition and subtraction errors. Common Time Reporting Errors

Time/Leave Report must be completed in ink. Signatures and dates on all time/leave reports. All changes/corrections must be initialed. LWOP must be submitted to HRS for processing. Bereavement Leave: note relationship in comment box of time report Additional Information & Resources Department of Labor www.dol.gov/fairpay Department of Labor & Industries www.lni.wa.gov

Human Resource Services www.hrs.wsu.edu Contact Information Human Resource Services 335-4521 Lisa Neal, Director 335-3037 Classified Services Lorelei Smith (A-K) 335-8533 Sally Wickizer (L-Z)

335-1293 Administrative Professional Karen Wuestney (A-L) Jodel Krumm (M-Z) 335-3121 335-5091 Faculty Emily Vander Zanden 335-9417

This has been a WSU Training Videoconference If you wish to have your attendance documented in your training history, please notify Human Resource Services within 24 hours of today's date: [email protected]

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