The Banner Web Time and Leave Entry System is a web-based system designed to enable employees to submit hours worked and leave information electronically, eliminating the paper submission of time sheets, time and attendance forms, leave activity forms, and leave reports.
Most classified, administrative and professional faculty, 12-month faculty, 10-month faculty on VSDP, hourly, student hourly and work study employees will be introduced and trained to use the on-line system.
Those not impacted are ten-month faculty not on VSDP, 12-month faculty not eligible for annual leave, graduate research and teaching assistants, and part-time adjunct faculty.
Classified employees will begin reporting hours worked and leave taken online with the pay period beginning April 25, 2008.
Hourly employees will begin reporting hours worked online with the pay period beginning May 1, 2008.
Administrative and professional faculty will begin reporting leave taken online with the pay period beginning June 10, 2008.
Twelve-month faculty in VSDP and those eligible for annual leave will begin reporting leave taken online with the pay period beginning June 10, 2008.
Ten-month faculty on VSDP will begin reporting leave taken online with the pay period beginning July 25, 2008.
Student hourly and work study students will tentatively begin reporting hours worked online with the pay period beginning September 16, 2008 (pay date October 1, 2008).
A partial year schedule for online submission deadlines is provided for the remainder of the 2008 calendar year. The partial year schedule contains web timesheet submission deadlines only and does not contain due dates for submission of hiring paperwork. Please refer to the Payroll schedule for calendar year 2008 for those deadlines.
Web Time Submission Deadlines
Web Time Entry will be available through Leo Online.All employees have access to Leo Online using their University ID (UIN) and PIN.Supervisors approving time worked or leave taken for their employees will require additional security.Information about security access will be sent to supervisors. DO NOT USE MIDAS TO ACCESS LEO-ONLINE.
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If you still have questions after reviewing the information contained online, please contact the Payroll Office at 683-3030 (choose option 4).