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  • UCSF employees use Huntington Business Systems (HBS) to submit hours and request leave. This guide provides a visual overview of the basic features for all employees, and how to quickly submit timesheets that do not need to be changed in any way.   Article Contents Logging into HBS...
  • UCSF managers use HBS to fully review and approve employee timesheets and leave requests. Download the Managers' Quick Start Guide for an overview of steps to approve or deny timesheets and leave requests. For complete details on acting as an HBS manager, including delegation of...
  •   UCSF employees use Huntington Business Systems (HBS) to submit hours and request leave. This document explains how biweekly paid employees can enter and edit time prior to submitting a timesheet. Only employees with timesheet edit rights can perform these actions. See your manager or HR...
  •   UCSF employees use Huntington Business Systems (HBS) to submit hours and request leave. This guide provides a visual overview of the basic features for all employees, and how to quickly submit timesheets that do not need to be changed in any way.
  •   UCSF employees use Huntington Business Systems (HBS) to submit hours and request leave. This job aid details how to request and enter leave on both monthly and biweekly timesheets. Approvers needing to edit leave on an employee’s timesheet may also use this guide for help performing leave...
  •   UCSF employees use Huntington Business Systems (HBS) to submit hours and request leave. Managers, in addition to entering their own time and leave requests, use HBS to review, edit, and approve timesheets and leave requests for their employees, review employee leave balances, and reset...
  •   UCSF employees use Huntington Business Systems (HBS) to submit hours and request leave. Managers, in addition to entering their own time and leave requests, use HBS to edit and approve or unapprove timesheets and leave requests for their employees, along with reviewing employee leave...
  •   UCSF employees use Huntington Business Systems (HBS) to submit hours and request leave. If a timesheet submission deadline is missed, the un-submitted timesheet is retained along with all previously submitted timesheets in HBS History. Employees are paid regardless of approval status of...
  •   Huntington Business Systems (HBS) is used by UCSF employees to submit timesheets and leave requests. HBS helps you submit a correct timesheet by providing notifications, errors, and warnings during the submission process. A timesheet containing errors cannot be submitted. Warnings are...
  •   UCSF employees use Huntington Business Systems (HBS) to submit hours and request leave. UCSF managers also use HBS to fully review and approve employee timesheets and leave requests. This guide provides an overview of steps to approve or deny timesheets and leave requests. For complete...
  •   UCSF employees use Huntington Business Systems (HBS) to submit hours and request leave. Managers, in addition to entering their own time and leave requests, use HBS to edit and approve timesheets and leave requests for their employees. UCSF Health managers have the ability to break up...
  •   HBS allows for only one timesheet per employee. Employees, including student employees, who occupy multiple appointments (i.e., have more than one job and/or supervisor) should follow the procedures outlined in this job aid to enter and edit time and to complete (submit) timesheets for...
  •   HBS allows for only one timesheet per employee and only one master approver per timesheet. Supervisors of employees with multiple appointments who are not the master approver should use the timesheet note functionality in HBS to approve their student workers' time. Complete details on how...
  • The following deadlines have been established to afford the most time for HR Service Centers and the Payroll Office to run their processes. Please review the following schedule carefully and plan accordingly. Departments with shutdown periods beyond the normal curtailment period should establish earlier deadlines to ensure accurate timesheets are submitted and approved prior to closure. Payroll...