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NEW EMPLOYEE HELP

The City uses three different methods to track employee’s hours. Employee’s may use a computer, a time clock, or a telephone. Your method may change depending on the nature of your job. Below are quick references and presentations to help you along, when you are beginning to use a new or different method.

Employee Type
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Reference
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Additional Tools

Supervisor:

You have employees report in to you

New Supervisor Quick Reference Guide

Exempt Employee:
 
You are paid a salary and are in the "800" compensation classification series

New Exempt Employee Quick Reference Guide

Non Exempt Computer User:
 
You are a computer user, paid based on the hours you work, are eligible for overtime/comp time and are in the "600" compensation classification series

New Non Exempt Computer User Quick Reference Guide

Employee Learning Library

Non Exempt Timeclock User:
 

You do not have access to a computer, are paid based on the hours that you work, are eligible for overtime/comp time and are in the "600" compensation classification series

Employee Learning Library

Non Exempt Telephone Time Entry:
 
Telephone Time Entry access authorization must be acquired for all dial in connections to the TTE system.  In order to obtain authorization the Telephone Time Entry User Agreement must be signed and submitted.
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Employee Learning Library

     
 
One-on-One Training
Please contact the Controller's Office, Payroll Division to set up your one-on-one training session with one of our trainers. We are happy to show new employees everything that they need to know about Kronos, as well current employees and supervisors how to use the system to its fullest.

Need more help?

Check out the Payroll Learning Library for more information.

CONTACT US
 

 

Controller's Office, Payroll Division

payrolldivision@denvergov.org

720-913-5186 phone

720-913-5249 fax

 

Rounding Rule

Image showing a clock divided into 15 minute segments to represent the rounding rule

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.