Time and Attendance
Timesheets & leave forms can be found here.
See below for access to the NEW electronic Time & Attendance system.
Time and Attendance Guidelines for Classified Staff
Compensatory Time Classified Staff – CSEA & PEF
Overtime Classified Staff – CSEA & PEF
FACULTY & PROFESSIONAL STAFF
Time and Attendance Guidelines for Faculty & Professional Staff
Employees must accurately report hours worked on timesheets/time cards. Supervisors
must certify that the hours worked are correct. Time sheets can be accessed on the
forms page of the Human Resource website.
Our policy is to immediately and permanently terminate employees who falsify time records as this is a violation of State and federal law. The employee may be charged with forgery and petit larceny, one count for each timesheet. These are misdemeanor charges. Depending on the dollar figure attached to the misrepresentation. If the pay illegally obtained is large enough, a felony charge of grand larceny may also be made. Supervisors should keep in mind that their signature on the time record attests to their knowledge of and confirmation of hours worked.
New Electronic Time & Attendance System
Farmingdale State College is transitioning from paper timesheets to a new, electronic time & attendance system. Employees will be notified as training becomes available. For those currently using the new system, please see below for the link and user instructions.
- Professional Supervisor
- UUP - Faculty
- UUP - All Others
- Classified Supervisor
To allow employees to perform their civic duty without penalty, an employee may report
for jury duty or as a witness in a court or quasi-judicial matter without charge to
leave credits, provided the employee is not a party to the action.
A supervisor may request satisfactory proof that the employee's presence is required for such purposes. In addition, the employee must provide a record of jury duty attendance from the court for each individual day of attendance and attach this documentation to their time sheet.
Employees should generally be required to report for duty in their agencies at all times when their attendance for court or jury purposes is not required. However, employees who have devoted a full day to jury duty or a court appearance, and who are scheduled to work a full shift other than the regular day shift will be granted leave with pay for the scheduled shift. The supervisor may opt to reschedule the employee to the day shift for the duration of the jury duty or court assignment. The supervisor is required to reschedule shifts, wherever practicable, for employees in the Operational, Institutional, and Administrative Services Units. Under no circumstances may an employee be granted compensatory time off in lieu of ordered appearance and jury duty attendance on a pass day, a Saturday, Sunday or holiday.