Date printed: 10-23-2018 Last updated: 01-03-2007
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Applies to versions: 1.3, 1.4, 1.5, 1.6
Manually Enter Holiday Hours
This article describes how holiday hours can be manually entered for employees.
Security Level Required: Payroll Administrator
Using the left pane Main Menu, click on: Administration » Benefits and Accruals » Holidays
Create and deactivate the Holiday.
NOTE: TimeIPS will automatically apply holiday hours to qualifying employees if the holiday is active. Inactivate holidays can be used to manually apply holiday hours.
Create a new Holiday
button, click on
Manually Enter Holidays
button. The "Create Payroll Event" screen will open.
The Manual Payroll Event Screen
Enter the date/time the Holiday
and the date/time it
NOTE: The Start and End times determine the number of holiday hours the employee will receive.
, select "Holiday".
In the adjacent pull-down menu, select the name of the Holiday.
Select the employee(s), shift(s), or department(s) for whom to holiday should be applied.
Click on the
button to apply the holiday, or the
button to exit without saving.
View/Edit Applied Holiday Hours
From the left pane Main Menu, navigate to Administration » Payroll and Reports » Time Edit/Report.
Run a time report for the date of the holiday, selecting at least one employee for whom the holiday was applied.
The successfully applied holiday hours will appear in the
section below the Time Report (as shown in the image below).
TIP: Click on the date link to view details of the applied hours or to make any adjustments.
Add, Edit, or Deactivate a Holiday (1.3, 1.4, 1.5, 1.6)
Trouble-shoot Applied Holiday Hours (1.6)
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