VIDEO: Entering Time Worked (Timesheet)

Learn how to make timesheet entries and view their status in CHRS.

Hourly intermittent employees must not enter hours in the timesheet for campus holidays. Payroll will calculate the hours and add them to the timesheet.

If you get an error, you can review Common Error Messages with Timesheets to learn more about the error and how to fix it.

Having trouble viewing the video above? View the CHRS:Entering Time Worked (Timesheet) video on YouTube.

Need More Help?

For questions about your specific entries or reporting requirements for your position, contact your department timekeeper or Payroll at 657-278-2521 or [email protected].

For training and how-to assistance, contact IT Training at 657-278-5647 or [email protected].

For technical assistance, contact the IT Help Desk at 657-278-7777 or [email protected].


Erick Perez

Do we leave holidays blank?

Camille Johnson

Hi Erick! If you did not work on a holiday, please leave it blank.

Some areas do work on holidays, so you may enter time worked for a holiday if you worked on that day. There will be a pop-up asking you if you're sure you want to enter time on that day but you can click OK to proceed with reporting the hours worked.


Do all staff members need to report time?

Lori Arthur

Hi Alexis! No, only staff members who have been instructed to enter their time worked need to do so. Usually this applies to hourly intermittent employees, including student employees. If you entered your hours worked in the previous HR system, you will continue to do so. If you're not sure if you have to enter time worked, you can contact your department timekeeper or Payroll at [email protected].

Camille Johnson

Hi Alexis! No, only hourly intermittent staff need to report time. Salaried employees need to submit absences or no leave taken, but do not need to enter time worked. The only time a salaried employee would use the timesheet is to report other time options such as ADO or CTO.

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