Web Time Entry refers to an electronic, paperless payroll system for reporting, approving, and paying staff and work-study student employees of Antioch University.
It effectively improves accuracy, expedites payroll preparation, and reduces the amount of paper used in payroll function.
Best of all -- it can be accessed any time and from anywhere.
Beginning Monday, 18 March, all staff and work-study student employees will use an electronic timecard to record and report their hours for pay to their supervising faculty or administrative member. (Pen-and-paper timesheets will no longer be accepted.)
The paperless payroll system will function in the myAntioch environment, look for it in your account starting 18 March.
These guides and checklists support employees and administrative and faculty supervisors who use the paperless payroll system. Electronic timecards are accessed through your account at myAntioch -- any time and from anywhere.
- Overview and checklist for administrative & faculty supervisors
- How to review and approve timecards for administrative & faculty supervisors
- Timecard entry and review demo: The Video (23 min, note in this video, the term “Web Adviser” refers to "myAntioch")
If I am on VACATION or plan to be away from Campus before timecards are due to my supervisor, will it be possible to complete the timecard and submit it early? and, if so, when my supervisor receives notice that my timecard is prepped for review, can they review and approve ahead of schedule?
If I work on a holiday because classes are in session in my department on a holiday Monday, how should record my time?
What is the difference between REVIEW and APPROVE in my supervisor’s view of timecards, and does it matter when I take either action?
If you inadvertently tap on APPROVE before you have received email notification, this would block the employee from completing their timecard. If this happens to you, then return to the timecard by checking both APPROVE and REVIEW and tapping SUBMIT. This pulls up timecard so that then you can REJECT, which sends the timecard back to the employee (opens access) to be completed. Remember to let your employee know what is your expectation or instruction by adding notes to the message box.
What corrective action should I take if I approve a timecard, and then we discover that the timecard needs to be revised?