Exempt (Monthly) Payroll - Web time Entry


As part of the College's transition from Banner to Workday, the following policy change will go into effect March 1, 2016.

Administrative exempt employees will need to submit their web timesheet only to record exception hours actually taken that month.

Exception hours consist of sick, vacation, bereavement and personal hours. 

Holiday hours will be entered by Payroll.

This means that if an exempt employee does not take any exception time, and works their full hours for the month, the employee no longer needs to submit their time for that month.


Approvers should approve the employees' time on the Banner Web for Employees. Please refer the detailed instructions for the Banner Time Entry procedure.

Please view the exempt payroll calendar for employee and approver deadlines.

If an employee has not started his/her timesheet on the web, the approver should complete an Exempt (Monthly) Manual timesheet reporting only exception hours and fax it to 781.283.3713 before the payroll deadline.

Prior pay period adjustment hours should be reported on the current timesheet under a Saturday or Sunday with a comment. For example, if an employee takes a vacation day on 7/3 but did not report it on the July timesheet, the employee should report those exception hours on the August timesheet under a Saturday or Sunday with a comment.

For hours where a different FOAPAL should be charged, a Payroll FOAPAL Override Labor Distribution form should be completed. An authorized signer of the FOAPAL must approve this form. This form should be faxed to 781.283.3713 before the payroll deadline.

Request for additional pay amounts should be submitted on a Check Request form with a description of the reason for the additional pay. The form must be approved by an authorized signer of the FOAPAL to be charged. Please forward this form to Human Resources for approval of additional payments to administrative staff.

Additional pay amounts for faculty should be sent directly to the Office of the Provost.