blog postsSalaried Non-Exempt Timesheets and Reporting GuidelinesShare on FacebookTweetEmailImagesSALARIED NON-EXEMPT TIMESHEETS Timesheets and Instructional Guides ACADEMIC Salaried Non-Exempt (SNE) Full-time SNE Timesheet - Excel and Printable Part-time SNE Timesheet - Excel and Printable Academic SNE Reporting Guide Web Time Entry Quick Reference Guide CIVIL SERVICE Salaried Non-Exempt (SNE) Full-time SNE - Excel and Printable Part-time SNE - Excel and Printable Civil Service SNE Reporting Guide Payroll Schedule Biweekly Schedule for AY 2016-17 Combined Monthly and Biweekly schedules https://www.obfs.uillinois.edu/payroll/schedules/ Year-end Deadlines for Time Entry and Approval, due to Holiday Schedule UPB Newsletter Rounding Conversion Chart Delete Edit embedded media in the Files Tab and re-insert as needed. Time Reporting Timesheet REQUIRED You MUST submit a time record every two weeks. This time record will indicate regular hours worked, hours of leave used (vacation, sick, or floating holiday), and any overtime hours, if worked. The time record must be submitted even if no overtime or leave hours need to be reported. You will be required to submit a biweekly timesheet in the manner which your unit instructs. If you are a civil service employee currently submitting biweekly timesheets, you should continue to submit in the manner in which you do now, unless otherwise instructed by your unit. continue to submit your biweekly timesheet in the manner in which you do now, unless otherwise instructed by your unit. Time worked is reported in 15-minute increments (rounding conversion schedule provided above). Overtime - Eligible for overtime in 15-minute increments Overtime must be pre-authorized. Your unit will provide guidelines regarding the authorization of overtime. Flex or Make-up Time Your weekly schedule can be flexed or have temporary change from your normal work schedule to maintain 40.0 (for academics) and 37.5 (for civil service) hours for the week.