Tpr Columbus Payroll Changes - Phase 1

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Tpr Columbus Payroll Changes - Phase 1 - Quiz


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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    When are timesheets DUE to be turned in to the office?

    • A.

      Every other Tuesday at 8 AM

    • B.

      Every other Wednesday at NOON

    • C.

      Every other Wednesday at MIDNIGHT

    • D.

      Never - you don't need to submit timesheets

    Correct Answer
    B. Every other Wednesday at NOON
    Explanation
    Timesheets are required to be turned in to the office every other Wednesday at noon. This means that employees have until noon on those specific Wednesdays to submit their timesheets.

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  • 2. 

    Going forward, when do the new pay periods begin and end?

    • A.

      Pay periods begin on TUESDAY and end on MONDAY

    • B.

      Pay periods begin on WEDNESDAY and end on TUESDAY

    • C.

      Pay periods begin on SATURDAY and end on FRIDAY

    • D.

      The pay period is indefinite and can begin and end at any time at the discretion of the Super Time Keeper

    Correct Answer
    C. Pay periods begin on SATURDAY and end on FRIDAY
  • 3. 

    Which of the following are examples of "office-scheduled" hours?

    • A.

      Teaching classes, proctoring tests, and doing a strategy session

    • B.

      Classroom teaching hours only

    • C.

      Tutoring, extra help/office hours, course admin, and flyering

    • D.

      Taking the office staff out for peanut butter and banana sandwiches

    Correct Answer
    A. Teaching classes, proctoring tests, and doing a strategy session
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Teaching classes, proctoring tests, and doing a strategy session because these activities are typically scheduled and conducted within the office environment. They involve professional responsibilities and tasks that are directly related to the office's function and purpose. Classroom teaching hours only may also be considered office-scheduled hours, but it is not the only correct answer as the other activities listed are not necessarily office-related. Taking the office staff out for peanut butter and banana sandwiches is unrelated to office-scheduled hours.

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  • 4. 

    Which of the following are examples of "self-scheduled" hours?

    • A.

      Teaching classes, proctoring tests, and doing a strategy session

    • B.

      Counting your Van Halen shirts

    • C.

      Flyering hours only

    • D.

      Tutoring, extra help/office hours, course admin, and flyering

    Correct Answer
    D. Tutoring, extra help/office hours, course admin, and flyering
    Explanation
    The examples of "self-scheduled" hours in this question are tutoring, extra help/office hours, course admin, and flyering. These activities can be done at a time that is convenient for the individual, allowing them to schedule and manage their own time. Teaching classes, proctoring tests, and doing a strategy session are not considered self-scheduled as they are typically scheduled by someone else or based on a predetermined schedule. Counting Van Halen shirts is not related to self-scheduling, and flyering hours only is not a comprehensive example of self-scheduled hours.

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  • 5. 

    What happens if you forget to turn in a timesheet for a pay period in which you are scheduled to teach?

    • A.

      You will be not be paid for any work during the pay period

    • B.

      You will be paid for your "office-scheduled" hours only and do not need to submit them on your next timesheet. You will NOT be paid for any "self-scheduled" hours.

    • C.

      The office will divine your "self-scheduled" hours and pay you for everything you did during that pay period

    • D.

      We will employ our "letter of the day" strategy and assign you a "rate of the day."

    Correct Answer
    B. You will be paid for your "office-scheduled" hours only and do not need to submit them on your next timesheet. You will NOT be paid for any "self-scheduled" hours.
    Explanation
    If you forget to turn in a timesheet for a pay period in which you are scheduled to teach, you will only be paid for your "office-scheduled" hours and you do not need to submit them on your next timesheet. However, you will not be paid for any "self-scheduled" hours.

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