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Editing Your Timecard in the PioneerTime Web App

Modified on: Wed, Feb 9, 2022 at 10:14 AM


Learn how benefited non-exempt employees can correct common timecard errors, including adding hours, entering leave, and removing a meal break.


This article applies to benefited non-exempt (paid bi-weekly) employees. 


How do non-benefited employees edit their timecards?

Non-benefited employees do not have the ability to edit their timecards. Instead, they should send any edits to their supervisor, who can make changes on their behalf.



TABLE OF CONTENTS


Adding/Removing Hours


  1. Log in to PioneerTime.

  2. Click on Maximize/Restore Down button to expand the Timecard view.

  3. Verify the correct Time Period is selected.

  4. To Enter Time In and Out, click on the row with the correct date and enter the in and out times in the appropriate columns. Tab or click out of the field to accept the entry, then Calculate Totals (to see the changes applied) then Save.

  5. To Enter Leave Hours, add a row (+ button) if necessary, select the leave type from the Pay Code drop-down and enter the number of hours taken in the Amount column


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Timecards that have already been approved by a supervisor or processed by Payroll can no longer be edited. A timecard that has been approved by a supervisor will be yellow, while a timecard that has been processed by Payroll will be gray. 



Removing a Meal Break


Use this process to remove a meal break from a completed shift. If the shift has not yet been completed, use the section titled Cancelling a Meal Break to cancel the break.

  1. Log in to PioneerTime.

  2. Click on Maximize/Restore Down button to expand the timecard view (if desired).

  3. Right-Click on the In or Out time for the relevant shift, then select Edit in the Punch Actions Window. In the Cancel Deduction field, select All from the drop-down then OK. The automatic meal deduction will be removed.

  4. Click Refresh or Calculate Totals to see the change in hours then Save.

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Timecards that have already been approved by a supervisor or processed by Payroll can no longer be edited. A timecard that has been approved by a supervisor will be yellow, while a timecard that has been processed by Payroll will be gray. 





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