The below instructions detail how managers can appoint a RealTime designee(s) using the new designee portal. Appointing a designee does not remove the manager’s ultimate responsibility to ensure that timekeeping tasks and leave approval for their employees occur in compliance with all timekeeping time frames and policies. The supervisor and designee are jointly responsible for accurate and timely accounting and approval of employee time worked, and leave requested and taken.
What is a full designee?
A designee is both a permanent role and a specifically identified individual whose timekeeping/leave responsibilities are the same as the supervisor who has made the appointment. A full designee assumes the supervisor’s day-to-day timekeeping/leave responsibilities on a full time basis. These responsibilities include:
Who can appoint a Full designee?
A Full designee may be appointed by the following positions:
Any other user who does not meet eligibility criteria and wishes to appoint a designee must complete the request portion of the Full Designee form and send it along with written justification for the request to HR Security (firstname.lastname@example.org) for review and approval. These requests are considered on an exception basis and will be closely reviewed by the Human Resources department.
More information on Full Designees can be found on the Full Designee form.
What is an exception designee?
A designee is both a permanent role and a specifically identified individual whose timekeeping/leave responsibilities are the same as the supervisor who has made the appointment. An exception designee is an individual who assumes the manager’s timekeeping/leave responsibilities on an exception basis. For example, if the supervisor is out of the office the exception designee will assume the timekeeping/leave responsibilities.
What are the responsibilities of a supervisor exception designee?
When the supervisor is unavailable, the designee performs the following:
Adding a RealTime Designee
Removing a RealTime Designee: