TRS (Time Reporting System) is an online time reporting system employees will use to report time worked and leave time (i.e., sick and vacation) taken. TRS will replace paper timesheets, PO-1 forms, and Time Out
Must approve all employee timesheets before payment will be disbursed
Should return timesheets where errors may be reported
Email notifications when timesheets are ready for approval and to the employee when approved
Work Schedule - The supervisor is responsible for knowing the work schedule of the employee(s) for which they are approving a timesheet as they are certifying the information is correct. Incorrect timesheets should be returned to the employee for correction and re-submission.
Accrual Balances - Supervisors are responsible for ensuring their employees do not claim leave time taken in which they do not have sufficient accrual balances. Supervisors should only approve timesheets if the leave balances for sick and vacation are no more than negative 8. This amount can be taken from the next month’s accrual. If the employee has more than negative eight (-8) hours in their accrual balances, they cannot claim sick or vacation and they will not receive pay for those days.
Approval Deadlines - Supervisors are responsible for approving timesheets by the payroll deadlines to ensure their employees are paid timely.
Login with your UCH email (name portion only) and password
The “log out” button is located in the upper right corner. In order to ensure that someone else does not access the system with your credentials, be sure that you close out of ALL Internet windows. TRS will timeout after approximately 90 minutes of inactivity.
TRS is generally available 24/7; it may not be available when system maintenance is needed.
TRS is compatible across multiple computer operating systems/platforms. Firefox is the recommended browser.
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