We have received questions from faculty asking why they should attend employee training for the new time and attendance system, especially since many academic departments use a departmental timekeeper. Although we strongly encourage faculty to attend training sessions to familiarize themselves with the new system, it will not be required for those that use a departmental timekeeper. However, if a faculty member is a manager who will be approving time, that approver/supervisor will still need to attend manager training.
Online training materials will be available on the TCP website within the next couple of weeks, as well as quick reference guides for managers and all classifications of employees. Other valuable resources are also available now on the TCP website, including useful FAQs.
Again, we appreciate your feedback and patience as we transition to the new time and attendance system. If you have questions or concerns, we invite you to submit them through our TCP portal or contact Linda Johnson (email@example.com; 501.569.8644) or Katrina Christopher (firstname.lastname@example.org; 501.569.8452) directly.
UALR Time and Attendance System Implementation Committee