We made it to another Friday! Please don’t forget to approve this week’s timecard by the end of today. This will complete our first pay period on our new positive pay system.
If you’ve had trouble approving your timecard in the Kronos mobile app, please review our tips on how to approve timecards on iPhone and Android smartphones. This resource is available as a PDF and a PowerPoint file on our Payroll Clarity Project web page under “Kronos Approval Assistance.”
If you have not yet registered for ADP, please do so by this Friday, January 14. As a reminder, ADP is our new payroll system that is being implemented this month. Last week, you were sent an email from County_of_Albemarle.HR@adp.com containing a unique-to-you registration code that you will need to provide to create your account with ADP. If you received multiple emails from this address, please use the code in the most recent email. Continue reading →
As a reminder, employee approval of timecards now needs to take place at the end of the last workday of each week. That means that you need to approve this week’s timecard today! (In case you missed this update, please reference the Coming Changes to Kronos post from December 17, which includes a short and informative screencast for each employee group.)
When approving your timecard, please make sure that Current Schedule Period is selected from the drop-down menu in the top-right corner (or Current Pay Period, if using the mobile app). The date range you need to approve time for this week is Sat 1/01 through Fri 1/07. Continue reading →
As we prepare for the upcoming winter break, we are also looking ahead to the new year, and with the new year comes our transition to positive pay through the Payroll Clarity Project. This transition brings with it a few slight changes in Kronos. The two most important changes apply to Kronos entries and the timecard approval timeline. The Payroll Clarity Project team has created a screencast for each employee group that explains these changes, along with a few new functions of Kronos you can expect in the new year: Continue reading →
Staff calendars for the 2021-22 school year are now published on the Time and Attendance Documentation web page (under “Timekeepers”). Please use the published Kronos calendars for guidance on your schedule rather than what you see on your future timecard, as timecards do not always show holidays and non-work days until the actual work week.
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If you participate in the Substitute Incentive Pay Program, please be advised that, as of Monday, April 19, all time worked under that program will be tracked in and paid through Kronos. Please see below for a brief summary of how this will impact you, and for more information about what you need to know, please review the Substitute Incentive Pay SOP. Continue reading →
Attention all Kronos mobile app users: Due to a company merger, the Kronos Workforce Central mobile app has a new name and logo. Kronos Mobile became UKG Workforce Central on January 21, 2021. Beyond the name and logo change, there are no changes to functionality or the procedures documented on the Time and Attendance documentation center.
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Now that the school year is underway, the Kronos Project Team would like to share some helpful resources and reminders with all employees to help ensure weekly timecards are accurately capturing employee time and attendance:
Brush up on Kronos fundamentals.
Whether you are a new employee or not, our New Employee Guide to the Time and Attendance System is full of useful information and links to training and videos to help you become a confident Kronos user. Continue reading →
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):
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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 →