NYU myTime is the web-based timekeeping system that tracks time worked and time off balances at NYU.
Quick Steps and Reference Guides
Daylight Savings Time Pay
At 2 a.m., Sunday, November 1, daylight saving time (DST) ends for the year. Employees working during the change from DST to standard time will receive a credit for the hour worked and will automatically be reflected on employees time sheets.
Timesheet approvers should ensure the time sheet of employees who work during the change accurately reflect the hour.
For more information, email email@example.com or call 212-992-5465.
Each of these online courses has been designed to walk the specific group of employees through the steps needed to use NYU myTime, the University's timekeeping system. You will learn, step-by-step, how to: Log In and review the Dashboard, Record your time and review your time sheet, Review your time off balances, Request time off
FIN 220: NYU myTime Users’ Guide for Clerical and Technical Employees
FIN 221: NYU myTime Users’ Guide for Local 1 Service Employees
FIN 222: NYU myTime Users’ Guide for Service Employees
FIN 223: NYU myTime Users’ Guide for Non-Unionized Service Employees
FIN 224: NYU myTime Users’ Guide for Administrators and Researchers
FIN 225: The Approver’s Guide to NYU myTime
Who Should Take This Course: Employees are automatically enrolled into the appropriate myTime User Guide course.
Course Duration: Varies with each course, but averages around 25 minutes
You can access this training in iLearn, which can be found on the Work tab on NYUHome.