Background on the Time Reporting System
The UC Davis Time Reporting System (TRS) is used to track work hours for biweekly employees and non-work hours for both biweekly and monthly employees.
The UC Payroll Personnel System (PPS) Replacement project (UCPath) analysis revealed a significant UC system-wide challenge with Time and Attendance management and determined that UC Irvine's Time Reporting System best met the needs of the university and could be used in conjunction with the upcoming UCPath system.
UC Davis and UCLA are currently using UC Irvine's Time Reporting System, and this will help ensure that we are fully prepared for the UCPath implementation.
What does TRS do?
TRS integrates complex UC pay policies and collective bargaining agreements. The system brings efficiency with an online interface that allows employees to enter time online, supervisors to approve/edit/return timesheets, and Department Time Administrators (DTAs) to submit timesheets electronically to the campus payroll system.
When did TRS roll out?
The administrative unit participants in the Shared Services Centers (SSCs) were the pilot users of the new system in March 2012. Since then, TRS has been implemented by many other campus units.