Your timecard is a legal document where any falsification or misrepresentation of time and attendance information is timecard fraud. Every employee must track his/her hours worked and/or exception hours following the Fiscal Accountability Rule 10.13 - Time and Attendance, the procedure, and any coordinating agency/department procedures.
Guides for new employees and supervisors to help them manage their timecards.
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For pay purposes, your beginning "in" and ending "out" punches are rounding to the nearest 15-minute mark; while the actual in/out times appear on your timecard. Speak with your supervisor regarding your department/agency attendance policy.
Punches that occur mid-shift for unpaid meal breaks round based on the total minutes taken for the unpaid time. In example, if you take a lunch break between 23 and 37 minutes, your break will round to a 30 minute break.