Time tracking is the process of employees recording – and then being properly compensated – for all time worked, down to the minute, regardless of what time or which day the work occurred. All non-exempt employees – more commonly known as “hourly” employees – are required to complete this process on a weekly basis. This is true for all hourly Georgetown employees, including full-time, part-time, temporary, and student employees.
All non-exempt (hourly) employees and their managers are required to:
Connect for Support
If you have any questions about Georgetown’s time tracking policies and practices, please reach out to the resources below:
Human Resources Business Partners
Contact your area-specific HR Business Partner (HRBP) for support with University policy and how wage and hour laws apply to your area.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about the Georgetown Management System (GMS) and how to use it to accurately record, edit, and approve hours worked.
Frequently Asked Questions
The Time Tracking FAQs are categorized into two parts. The first part caters to both employees and managers, whereas the second part is exclusively designed for managers.