Monday, November 05, 2018
by Bryan Maier • firstname.lastname@example.org
BJC | BJC will launch the newest version of MyTime, BJC’s scheduling and timekeeping software, the morning of Dec. 3. To prepare for this upgrade, MyTime will shut down starting at midnight, Nov. 30, through 7 a.m., Dec. 3. Team members can still use time clocks during the shutdown to clock in and out. Time clocks will hold the in and out punches and will post to time cards when MyTime is back up
As with past MyTime upgrades, training is required for those with manager-level access to schedules and/or time cards. For all other team members, training is recommended.
Online training will be available for all employees, including those with manager-level access, and will be assigned to transcripts in Saba on Nov. 8. For those with manager-level access (those who edit/review schedules and time cards), the required online training will cover the new features and new navigation. It is expected to take about 80 minutes to complete.
Carol D’Agostino, MyTime scheduling manager, says the online training will be sufficient for most leaders. However, for those with manager-level access who feel they need additional training, MyTime will offer a few classroom sessions (lasting about three hours) beginning Nov. 16.
For all other employees, only online training (about 30 minutes) will be available, along with printable quick reference guides. There won’t be any classroom sessions for employee-level training.
The new MyTime version has a more intuitive design and new navigation for all-employee functions such as schedules, time cards, attendance review and PTO requests. Google Chrome will be the recommended browser, instead of Internet Explorer, making access to MyTime from outside of the BJC network more reliable for all BJC team members.
“We’re pleased to bring the newest version of MyTime to BJC this fall,” says D’Agostino. “Team members will find it easier to use, and having quick, reliable access from outside of BJC’s network is a big positive as well.”
For more information about the MyTime upgrade or training, using time clocks during the shutdown, or accessing needed information in MyTime after the upgrade, contact your immediate supervisor or email email@example.com.
Tags : myTime upgrade
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10/1/2018 4:34 PM
with the upgrade to my-time; will there be an app made available?
10/2/2018 9:01 AM
Thanks for asking, but not at this time.
10/3/2018 12:05 AM
Will remote colleagues be able to log in and out or will they need to email managers their timesheets for this period?
10/4/2018 10:11 AM
From Carol D'Agostino, MyTime scheduling manager:
Employees will have much improved ability to use MyTime remotely, although it will depend on the settings on each computer. The upgraded MyTime is compatible with Windows, 7, 8, 10 and OS X (Mac) with browsers Google Chrome, Internet Explorer (minimum of version 11), Firefox 55+, Microsoft Edge and Safari 11. Adobe Flash player is also required.
10/3/2018 10:42 PM
Will I be able to view my time card from home on a Mac computer?
10/4/2018 10:10 AM
10/4/2018 3:25 AM
I like how the article pretty much says the only reason why BJC is upgrading MyTime is because they're being forced to by the vendor.
11/7/2018 9:33 AM
Where did you see that in the article above this comment. I dont see that anywhere in this article.
10/4/2018 11:28 AM
When will be able to login from home