Select the Payroll # link:
Select the question mark in the top right corner to learn about adding employees to the payroll, filtering time sheet data, showing and hiding time sheet columns, time sheet entry keyboard shortcuts, time sheet analytics, and making detailed time sheet entries:
Select the video icon in the top right corner to learn about viewing the time sheet summary, using summary time sheet entry, using detail time sheet entry (necessary for nonexempt employees that are paid overtime), and saving and finalizing the time sheet:
Salaried exempt employees will display a green dot in the Salary column and FLSA Exempt column. Their pay period hours will default in the REGULAR column:
Your time sheet will display columns for your company paid leave types (vacation, sick, PTO, holiday). Enter the hours used directly in these column cells for salaried exempt employees. The system will display a pop-up asking if you’d like the standard salary hours to be reduced by the paid leave hours. Select YES if you’d like the paid leave hours to be paid as part of the per pay period salary vs. as a payout on top of the per pay period salary. After you enter the paid leave hours, make sure the remaining salary hours in the REGULAR column are reduced to the correct remaining number of hours to pay as salary for the pay period. The total gross pay amount will appear on the right side of the time sheet entry screen.
If your company has bonuses and commissions, columns for these pay types will also appear on the time sheet. Enter the amounts earned directly in these column cells for salaried exempt employees:
Nonexempt employees should have their hours and earnings entered by day so that their overtime premium pay calculates correctly by overtime workweek. Your RMI payroll manager can provide you with a spreadsheet template to track daily hours worked and bonuses/commissions earned. At the end of the pay period, you can import the spreadsheet into the time sheet entry screen vs. manually entering each day for each employee. If the hours and earnings are entered by day or by overtime workweek, the overtime premium pay will calculate correctly. Entering the information by day is highly recommended for companies that process pay changes with retro effective dates.
Click on the question mark in the top right corner of the time entry screen and then click on “Making Detail Time Sheet Entries” for step-by-step instructions on how to enter hours & earnings for nonexempt employees:
Click on the video icon in the top right corner of the time sheet entry screen to learn how to save and finalize the time sheet: