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How do I record my time for the OSU Legislative Day?

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Classified employees may attend the annual Legislative Day and be paid for the day without using accumulated leave.  Please note, travel time to and from the session is not included in work time.

You must submit an email or written request to your supervisor and receive approval to attend the session.  Supervisors can deny requests based on the needs of the university.

If you do have approval to attend the session, how you record your time for the day is determined by your policy profile.

Classified Salaried Exempt:

Record your time as usual using the Regular Hours pay code. Enter “legislative day” in the comments field:

regular hours on timesheet with legislative day comment

Classified Hourly and Classified Salaried Non-exempt:

Use the Work In/Out pay code and enter "legislative day" in the comments:

use work in out to enter hours then add comments of legislative day

For more information about entering time directly on the timesheet as a Classified Salaried Non-exempt or Classified Hourly employee, see the FAQ below:

Classified Hourly - Enter Time on Timesheet

Classified Salaried Non-exempt - Enter Time on Timesheet

Note: For 2018, the annual legislative day is February 15th.  Past dates were 4/20/17, 2/11/16, and 4/14/15.

 

 

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