Time and Leave Reporting Information for Faculty. March 24, 2014. What is Time and Leave Reporting?.
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March 24, 2014
Although Time and Leave Reporting is being built for mobile technology, the first releases do not yet have that functionality fully enabled.
This application consists of two screens which are accessed by tabs on the top of the screen.
Note: If you choose a date in error, click on it again to inactivate that date.
Note: If you select Sick Leave for a type, you must select a Sub Type.
IFO - Personal leave must be taken in all-day increments.
MSCF - Personal Leave may be taken in half-day or full day increments.
You may delete a leave request or multiple requests by completing the following steps after logging in:
The Manage Requests screen provides a list of submitted requests.
The default view of leave requests includes the current pay period, any future leave requests, and any past requests that are in a Pending status. If there are no leave requests that meet those criteria, the following message will display:
NOTE: Leave taken prior to your campus implementation of Time and Leave Reporting will not appear in this list. Historical leave used and earned can be found under View Balances.
Adjunct MSCF faculty members are NOT eligible to use accrued paid leave.
In Article 14, Section 6. Pro-Rata, the language excludes the entire provisions of Section 3. Sick Leave, Section 4. Bereavement Leave, and Section 5. Personal Leave from applying to adjunct faculty. These entire sections cover accrual and usage, hence adjuncts are not eligible to use any leave that they previously accrued while working as a temporary part-time faculty member.
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