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Tracking Hours in MyTime for Employees with Alternative Work Arrangements

West Virginia University is directing all supervisors to allow faculty and staff to use alternative work arrangements, such as teleworking, to further reduce the potential for community spread of COVID-19.

To assist in this transition, the Division of Talent and Culture wanted to provide supervisors and employees additional guidance on tracking time in the MyTime system.

  • All wall clocks will remain operational for employees who continue to work on campus.

  • If they cannot access a time clock, employees who work remotely can record their time on a paper timesheet and submit it to their supervisor for approval. The paper timesheet also can be provided by WVU Shared Services.

  • Supervisors also may enter the time worked directly on the time card for employees who do not have remote access to record their time. The supervisor should record the actual hours worked or the employee’s normal schedule for the day, whichever is greater. The employee should not have fewer hours on their time card for the day than they are scheduled to work.

  • Shared Services will assist supervisors in entering time for employees if they cannot access MyTime remotely. Please call 304-293-6006 or email for assistance.

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