UCT Time Payments Questions

VPM converts all entered time logs to UTC for consistency and accuracy. The pay period ends on Sunday 12:00 UTC. Once the pay period ends you can no longer enter time for that pay period. 


There is a scenario that may cause your time entry to be split between the pay period that is ending and the new pay period that is beginning. For example, if you live in the Philippines, you are 8 hours ahead of Coordinated Universal Time. 


If you enter a time that starts prior to 12:00 UTC (for Example, 7:00 am local time would be 11:00 UTC) and then stop time for lunch.  Then start again after lunch.  This will cause your morning hours to be processed in the ending period and your afternoon hours to be processed in the new pay period.


The best way to avoid split payments is enter your time without a break for lunch and add your break for lunch at the end of the day.


Example: If you are in the Philippines and you start your time at 6 am to 1 pm Monday for your morning shift, the start time is where the time is taken from to add to your hours, unfortunately, that will be 11 pm UTC, therefore, your time will be put into your previous pay period. Therefore your morning shift will appear in your previous pay period and your afternoon shift will be shown in the pay period you are working.

 

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