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New Feature in SSTL Now Available

Posted: July 27, 2010

Dear employees that use SSTL (and supervisors),

Human Resources is pleased to add a new feature in SSTL: additional leave information is now available on your timecard! Employees (and their supervisors) can now see:

  • Leave balances as of the last processed payroll, plus
  • Carry-over balances and their end date
  • Use or lose balances and their end date

At employees’ request, Integrated Systems Deployment and Support (ISDS) developed this great new tool to help you better manage your leave. In other words, you can choose your leave type according to what has the nearest end date, or budget leave with the end of the year in mind.

These leave balances, and leave earned, now appear in a new “employee leave information” drop-down above the area for time entry. Supervisors, managers, and timekeepers who go in to create a timecard on behalf of an employee will also see this new field. You will still see the leave balances as of the last completed payroll in the “hours type” drop-down on the timecard itself.

Please note that the leave balances that appear will always be the current balances, even if you are looking back at old timecards.

I hope that this new addition to SSTL helps you manage your leave balances through the second half of the year. Just a reminder: the leave year ends on December 19, 2010. Enjoy the rest of your summer!

Sincerely,

Susan Carkeek

Susan A. Carkeek
Vice President, Human Resources
University of Virginia
914 Emmet Street P.O. Box 400127
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4127

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