AccuTime Clock Replacement
Beginning August 8, WashU will transition employees who utilize the Kronos time clock to a new time keeping system, AccuTime’s TimeCOM SaaS. Due to a vendor change, the Kronos time clock system will no longer be supported after the new clocks are installed. The schedule for time clock installation will be posted when available.
There will be minimal changes
The new time clock system, AccuTime, will use the same clock in and out procedures for employees. The new time clocks will be installed in the same area where the existing Kronos clocks are currently located. Employees should continue to use their fingerprint to clock in and out at designated shifts according to the Time and Attendance Records Policy.
New time clock benefits
AccuTime provides additional benefits to employees, including:
- Higher visibility for employees to see their time entered for each day.
- Higher visibility to see vacation and sick accrual balances. These benefits will be displayed on the new ATS time clock screens.
Please download and print this information flyer and post it by the current Kronos time clocks in your area to prepare employees.
The flyer includes a QR code that employees can scan with their smartphone to access this Time Clock web page which contains resources and support information.
Employees will be required to re-register their fingerprint.
Supervisors can access a training manual online (Box, .docx) for the new time clocks, including how to register an employee for a fingerprint scan and basic troubleshooting.
To Enroll a Fingerprint:
- Press the Manager Menu.
- Press the Enroll tab.
- The clock will prompt a Manager ID and a fingerprint scan if the manager has already enrolled their fingerprint.
- The clock will then prompt for the employee’s ID number.
- The clock will prompt the employee to scan their fingerprint upon entering the number.
- Place finger firmly on the scanner without pressing too hard.
- Helpful hint: avoid using the thumb.
- Once the fingerprint has been captured, it will scored based on the quality of the scan. If the biometric scan is below 80, the fingerprint should be scanned again.
- Once the scan is complete, you will be given an option to re-enroll, practice scanning the fingerprint or enroll the next employee.
Note: A supervisor, as designated in Workday, must be present as an employee sets up the biometric fingerprint. Please plan to assist your employees during the fingerprint registration. The implementation time has taken two to five minutes per employee during the time clock testing phase.
If an employee is not able to clock in or out of a shift due to the new time clock installation, an employee should utilize the Workday web clock or record a paper timesheet, which would need to be submitted to the employee’s manager for approval. Managers can download a paper timesheet online (Box, .xlsx). Both the manager and employee need to sign it, and managers should upload into the Worker Documents section in Workday.
Access the User how-to guide (Box, .docx) which gives instructions on how to start a punch and how to access your Accruals page on the time clock.
If a time clock machine is not functioning properly, please submit a Service Now ticket.
Knowledge Base articles are also available for user support.
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