TL - Remove Auto Lunch

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:

This procedure documents how to remove the auto lunch after a schedule has changed.

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PROCEDURE STEPS:
 
There are two steps involved to remove an auto lunch for an employee with an assigned work schedule: 

1. Change the employee's current work schedule by navigating to: Time and Labor --> Enroll Time Reporters --> Assign Work Schedule.

2. Enter the Employee ID and click Search.
Enter Empl ID

3. On the Assign Work Schedule page, select the + button to add a new row

Add a New Row

4. On the new row, change the effective date to the start of a pay period.

5. On the new row, select the magnifying glass next to the Schedule ID field. Refer to TL - Assign Work Schedule (Payroll Coordinator) for additional reference on selecting these schedules. Since we are removing the auto lunch, select a schedule that does not include a lunch or includes a punch lunch.

Look Up Schedule

6. Select the Save button.


Next:

Remove the auto lunch from the Maintain TL Security page by following these steps:

1. Navigate to Time and Labor --> Enroll Time Reporters --> Maintain TL Security.

2. Enter the employee ID and Search.
Maintain TL Security

3. On the Maintain TL Security page, select the + button to add a new row.

 Add a New Row

4. In the effective date field, the date should match the effective date of the schedule.

Enter Effective Date

5. Select the Time Reporter Information tab.

Time Reporter Information Tab

6. In the Meal Deduction field, clear out the meal deduction code.

 Remove Lunch Deduction Code

7. Click the Save button.

8.  The nightly Auto-Security process will pick up this change on the Maintain TL Security page and remove the lunch deduction from the Maintain Time Reporter Data page.
                                         

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Keywords:remove auto lunch from schedule   Doc ID:18404
Owner:Wendy G.Group:Human Resource System (HRS)
Created:2011-05-02 18:00 CSTUpdated:2017-02-23 09:57 CST
Sites:Human Resource System (HRS)
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