Understanding Time and Attendance Rules

This online class reviews UB’s time and attendance rules for state faculty and staff to help you understand how to properly manage your days off from work.

Running Time: 20-40 minutes

The University at Buffalo offers many benefits, one of them being time off from work. This time off can take many forms, such as vacation leave, sick leave, holidays and, if applicable, personal time. Each of these types of time off is earned as you work here and each type can only be used for specific absences. It is important that you understand how your time off is earned and the correct ways that it can be used. This class provides the detailed information both employees and supervisors need to effectively manage his or her days off from work.  

On this page:

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand which rules apply to your employee type
  • Understand the responsibilities of both employees and supervisors with respect to time and attendance responsibilities
  • Know who you can contact if you have questions about the information presented in this course

Intended Audience

All state faculty and staff at UB

Prerequisites

None

Fee

Free

Before You Start

- Turn on your sound
    - Please note: Not all online modules are narrated. You may only hear mouse clicks in some modules.
- Allow pop-ups if prompted or turn off your browser's pop-up blocker
- Be sure you are using an updated web browser

Contact a Time and Attendance Expert

Claudia Samulski

State Benefit Services

Phone: 716-645-4487

Email: samulski@buffalo.edu

Contact for Online Program Questions

Kerry Lynch

Program Coordinator

Organizational Development and Training

Phone: 716-645-4459

Email: training@buffalo.edu

The University at Buffalo is committed to providing reasonable accommodations to individuals with any disabilities. If you require accommodations to participate in this session, please contact Organizational Development & Training (OD&T) at (716) 645-4459 or training@buffalo.edu prior to attending the class. Please allow ample time for OD&T to work with the Office of Accessibility Resources to arrange accommodations.