Human Resources

Fall 2017

HRS September Newsletter monthly employee newsletter

  • Monday, September 4th - Labor Day (HOL)
  • Friday, September 22nd - Fall begins

Payroll coding requirements

The Division of Statewide Payroll has recently completed a review of time coding in less than one hour increments.

As a result, DSP has made modifications using 6 minute increments or 1/10 of an hour.  This change provides an employee with more accurate reporting and ensures employees are paid for all time worked.

Beginning with pay period dates 8/13/17-8/26/17, the new coding requirements will be used.  The following table represents the new coding requirement for reporting time in less than one-hour increments.

New Coding Requirements:

Minutes worked less than one hour

Enter on a time sheet as:

1 – 6 minutes


7 – 12 minutes


13 – 18 minutes


19 – 24 minutes


25 – 30 minutes


31 – 36 minutes


37 – 42 minutes


43 – 48 minutes


49 – 54 minutes


55 – 60 minutes


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