Welcome to the SPS Timekeeping Help Center. SPS Timekeeping launched March 16, 2016 as part of Phase II of the SPS project. Timekeeping functions in the SPS system replaced an assortment of automated and paper based time recording methods across the State, and help the State streamline and modernize the way that we track time and attendance, manage requests for leave and manage time off. The Timekeeping Help Center offers information to help Agencies post launch of the new system.
Payroll Partners and Timekeepers
Roles in Workday Timekeeping are central to how the system functions. Roles determine what you can see and what you can do. They provide individuals access to appropriate data within the assigned organizational structure, and they determine functional responsibilities and how information is routed in pre-determined business process. There are Inherited roles, or default roles such as Employee and Manager, as well as Assigned roles such as “HR Partner”, “Timekeeper”, etc. Below is a matrix of roles involved in the timekeeping process:
Type in your first and last name and click "Search": All job roles that you have been assigned to will be displayed below.
Note that you may have more than one security role designation. If your name does not appear after searching, it means that you do not have a security role designation in Workday. If you feel this is incorrect, please contact your HR Office.
Timekeeping Role Crosswalk
* Note - Role cannot have Timekeeper Approver role with this role.
* Note - Role cannot have Payroll Partner and/or Timekeeper role with this role.
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