Time & Attendance Project - HBS Timekeeping System
In 2005 the UCSF Administrative Information Systems Board (formerly the Administrative Systems Advisory Committee) approved a portfolio of projects, including the Time and Attendance Project that will impact many campus employees and departments. Work on this project began in September 2007 and has involved more than 25 department representatives in the design process. The roll out of this system is expected to take place during the 2009-10 fiscal year.
This project involves the introduction of a web-based, online timekeeping system called Huntington Business Systems (HBS), which facilitates the completion and approval of employee timesheets. The new system will standardize department timekeeping processes and will be used by all employees who earn vacation and/or sick leave. Employees who only report leave will continue to report their leave on a monthly basis and will continue to be paid monthly. Employees who record hours worked and are eligible for ancillary types of pay, such as overtime or shift differentials, will transition to a bi-weekly pay cycle.
The HBS Timekeeping project website (http://controller.ucsf.edu/fin_systems/hbs.asp) provides initiative details and current communications. Training will be provided closer to the go-live timeframe.