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Datis For Managers

(Note that some processes may vary slightly for our Datis setup. If you have any questions, contact the HR Department). 

Q: How do I request a new position in my program, or request to fill an open position?
A: Only managers of the corporate level of 'Manager' or above can request to make personnel changes. This includes the following corporate levels:
Manager
Director
Senior Director
Admin Director
Vice President
Senior VP
CEO
(If you are not sure of your corporate level, you can see that information under your name in the Datis chart.)

Download printable instructions for position change requests. The HR Department can assist you directly if you need assistance or guidance with this process.

Timesheet Approval Instructions

Q: How Can Employees Make Edits To Their Timesheet After It Has Been Approved?
A:Unapprove and/or Unsubmit a timesheet to release to an employee. Click this link for detailed instructions


Q: How do I correct a record on a timesheet?
A; Navigate to My Team > Individual Views Menu > Choose Timesheets > Choose picture of employee needing to be changed (some managers may need to 'act as' a manger below them at this point) > a list of timesheet weeks comes up, choose correct dates > select calendar view > make needed changes. There is no save button but you can go out and back in to double check that the record has been changed.


Other Instructions: 
Approving Timesheets - entire team
Approving Timesheets (individual)

Q: My employee has negative vacation, personal, or sick time. (This may be because an employee transferred from a regular position to a relief position). Why can't I submit their timesheet?
A: An employee can submit their own timesheet with a negative balance. When they submit, they will have to acknowledge that they have a negative balance. A manager can then approve this timesheet. A manager is not able to submit a negative balance timesheet for an employee - because the manager would not be able to acknowledge the balance as the employee. 

Here is an example of the acknowledgement that the employee must verify:



Q: I have two positions (or two programs). How do I view staff in my other program?
A: You have to ‘act as’ yourself in your other position. They’ll see your name (again) in the dropdown and you have to select the “other” you.


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