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How do I add Families First Emergency Leave to my timesheet?

You must have an approved Protected Leave case to use the Families First Emergency Leave pay code.  See the HR Page for more information. 

If you have an approved case, you will use the Families First Emergency Leave pay code to account for 2/3 of your normal work time and LWOP to account for the other 1/3.  You need to manually enter the hours on your timesheet. 

You need to enter both pay codes for any day you see the Leave of Absence Pay Code for any day that is part of your leave.  The hours need to add up to the hours listed on the Leave of Absence row: 

For full-time (1.0 FTE) employees, your split should be 5.33 hours of Families First Emergency Leave and 2.67 hours of LWOP:

timesheet showing leave of absence 8 hours families first emergency leave 5.33 hours and lwop 2.67 hours

 

For part-time (less than 1.0 FTE) employees, use the hours listed on the leave of absence row to determine your 2/3 split.  In this example, a .75 FTE employee would enter 4 hours of Families First Emergency Leave and 2 hours of LWOP to account for 6 hours of Leave of Absence:

timesheet showing leave of absence 6 hours families first emergency leave 4 hours and lwop 2 hours

 

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