The 10- and 11-month staff calendars for the 2020-21 school year (based on the September 8 start of school) have been uploaded into Kronos and are now published on the Time and Attendance System Documentation web page (under Timekeepers):
This is the first notice of a planned upgrade to Albemarle County’s time and attendance system to Kronos version 8.1.6 on the evening of July 9, 2020. Changes affecting end users are described below. Continue reading
The March 31, 2020, paycheck represents the first paycheck that draws information from the Kronos timekeeping system for regular full- and part-time Albemarle County Public Schools employees.
We are excited to reach this milestone, and we appreciate your patience as we have worked through the many post-implementation questions and issues that have arisen. We recognize that you may have questions about what you’re seeing on your paystub; please read on for more information about the timeframe covered, steps you can take to review your data, and how to seek further assistance if needed. Continue reading
Dear School Division Employees,
Thank you for your patience as we continue to sort out all of the intricacies of the school division’s closure due to COVID-19. Through this message, I would like to share with you some employee-related information. Some of this is informational, and some will require action on your part. Our goal throughout the closure period is to maintain a basic level of service to our students, staff and community. Continue reading
The Kronos project team has posted several new pieces of information to the Time and Attendance System Documentation Center, plus there are NEW capabilities on the biometric devices for use by non-exempt employees. Continue reading
Before you head out for the winter break, please take a moment to review your timecard for this week (December 14-20) and address any corrections that are needed with your supervisor. Before you leave today, the Kronos team recommends that you go ahead and approve your timecard for this week, since you’ll be on holiday on Monday.
Happy holidays from the Kronos team! Please refer to the following guidelines regarding expectations for reviewing and approving your timecards over the winter break. Continue reading
Every Monday, all employees need to log in to their Kronos account to approve last week’s timecard. This will be the last weekly Compass reminder about approving your timecard, so if you haven’t done so already, the Kronos team highly encourages you to add a recurring reminder on your calendar to prompt you to approve your timecard each Monday.
How to approve your timecard: Continue reading
As a reminder, every Monday, all employees need to log in to their Kronos account to approve last week’s timecard. Next Monday will be the last weekly Compass reminder about approving your timecard, so if you haven’t already, take a moment to add a recurring reminder on your calendar to prompt you to approve your timecard each Monday. Continue reading
As a reminder, every Monday, all employees need to log in to their Kronos account to approve last week’s timecard. However, last week’s half-day holiday produced a glitch in the system that we are still working to resolve:
If you are a 12-month Non-Exempt employee who worked for any amount of time on Wednesday, November 27, please do NOT approve your timecard until Kronos accurately reflects your time. If you have already approved your timecard for last week and your time is incorrect, please log in to Kronos using the Kronos Dashboard shortcut on your computer’s desktop, open the Previous Pay Period, and select Remove Timecard Approval from the Approve Timecard drop-down menu. Continue reading