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Secondary Position iForms

Secondary positions are created when non-exempt (biweekly) employees work jobs in addition to their primary job at Duke. The online training videos provide step-by-step guidance on how to create and make changes to secondary positions in a variety of situations. Department payroll representatives and others who create iForms should view the videos to understand how to use the secondary position iForm.

Tracking Time Off Online

YouTube video provided by Duke University Human Resources. Learn how to track your time off online using the exempt time-off tracking tool in the Duke@Work self-service website. Please be advised, you will be taken to a link outside of Duke.
Duration: 2:43 minutes
Format: Online Training
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Electronic Time Reporting for Non-Exempt Employees

The Electronic Time Reporting system through Duke@Work is the method by which non-exempt employees record the following hours to be paid:
  • Primary position hours for employees' primary departments in Duke University and the School of Medicine where ReportXpress is not used.
  • Secondary position hours for all secondary employees in Duke University, the School of Medicine, and Duke University Health System.
  • All hours for Duke Temporary Service (DTS) employees in Duke University, the School of Medicine, and Duke University Health System.
The online training videos provide new employees with an opportunity to review and understand the tool prior to entering and submitting hours for payment. Employees should view the video that reflects the type of position they hold. Please contact your supervisor or department payroll representative if you have questions.
Target Audience: Non-exempt (biweekly) employees whose departments use electronic time reporting through Duke@Work, all secondary employees, and all DTS employees
Format: Online Training
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Electronic Time Reporting for Approvers

The Electronic Time Reporting system through Duke@Work is the method by which non-exempt employees record hours to be paid in their primary departments for much of Duke University and the School of Medicine. This on-line training video provides time card approvers with a basic understanding of the approval process and functionality. Please contact your department payroll representative if you have questions. Note: This training is not applicable to Duke University Health System or areas of the University/School of Medicine using the ReportXpress Time and Attendance System.
Target Audience: Individuals who are responsible for approving electronic time reports submitted by non-exempt (biweekly) employees whose departments use electronic time reporting through Duke@Work
Format: Online Training
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