With Summer Session A ending on July 18 and Summer Session B starting July 19, please review faculty members’ data and make any updates to their Summer Hiatus leaves of absence and FTEs as necessary.
If you have questions about retroactive transactions and retro pay, make sure to check out the newly published FAQ section on our Payroll Process webpage, which provides answers to some of the most common questions about auto-calculated retroactive payments, Supported Retro Transactions, and Unsupported Retro Transactions.
R0017 Validate Time Reported Matches Weekly Scheduled Hours Report Can Now Be Run for Individual Worker
Per campus request, units can now run R0017 for individual employees. Previously, this report could only be run for the entire Supervisory Organization.
HR Partners and Academic Partners may encounter an error in Workday when attempting to return workers from FMLA approved leaves of absence. When attempting to initiate a “Return Worker from Leave,” users can receive the following error message: “Currently you do not have any outstanding absences for which you can request a return.” This restriction is due to security settings presently in place to ensure only Absence Office Partners can access FMLA approved leave types.
The ISC is actively working on resolving this issue. In the meantime, if you are being prevented from returning a worker from leave, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Return from FMLA Leave.”
During the Termination business process, Time and Absence Initiates are sent a To Do notification asking them to “Audit Time-off Requests and Timesheets” in order to ensure all absences and hours worked have been correctly entered for a worker before the termination is completed. A new User Guide – Completing the “Audit Time-off Requests and Timesheets” To Do – provides general guidance around what steps to take and tools to use to complete an audit.