Employees should follow their department's procedure for requesting time off or calling in when they are unable to work. Please see your manager or timekeeper for questions about this process.
Creating a Departmental Time Off Procedure
Establishing and communicating a process for employees to notify their work area when they are unable to come to work is important to meeting the operational needs of the unit or department. Because the operations of each work area differ, the time off procedures should be specific to each department or division. Department leaders should partner with their HR consultant when developing their divisional or department specific time off procedures. Procedures should not conflict with institution polices and/or the Leave Guide.
Following are tools you can use when developing your time off procedures:
- Departmental call in procedure - Template to use and personalize for your department. To remove the word "template", click Design on the main ribbon. In the Page Background group, click Watermark, then Remove Watermark.
- Example of departmental call in process
- Request for Time Off form
- Kronos Pay Code List
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