- Provides Payroll earnings data for all hours paid to an employee during the 12 months prior to the leave start date entered by the report user.
- Approved hours for a pay period that is in the process of being calculated are included and highlighted. These will only appear during payroll calc weeks.
- Time on paid leave counts for WMFLA, but not for FMLA. Hours are subtotaled by Earnings Code to help differentiate types of pay.
- Caution: Some types of leave are categorized under regular earnings, such as Jury Duty. The Absence Event Analysis section described below provides the leave data that is needed to determine whether an adjustment is necessary.
Absence Event Analysis
- Details and totals all paid leave recorded in HRS
- Unapproved leave hours are also listed for your convenience
- Unapproved leave hours are subtotaled separately and should not be counted unless you validate they will be approved.
- Navigate to University of Wisconsin Business Intelligence (UWBI)
- Click Login to PROD button
- Enter your user credentials for your UW institution
- Under Human Resources and Finance tile, click University of Wisconsin System logo
- Under Workforce Dashboards tile, click View Dashboard link
- Under FMLA/WFMLA Eligibility tile, click View Reports link
Emplid: Enter the Employee ID (8 digits) of the employee who requested the leave of absence
Leave Start Date: Enter the first day of the requested leave of absence
The report will display all earnings and absences on record in the EPM data warehouse for the 12 months prior to the specified Leave Start Date. Earnings and absences on record while the employee worked in an ineligible job will not display.
| Regular Work Hours
| Overtime Work Hours
| Military Leave
| Leave without Pay
||Yes|| consult institution's legal office
| Sick Leave
| Personal Holiday
| Legal Holiday
| Jury Duty
| Comp Time Usage
| UWSA COVID-19
| UW Public Health Emergency / EFMLA
| while receiving 2/3rds pay
| while using accrued paid leave hours (VN, SL, HOL, etc.) or UWSA COVID-19 paid leave hours
| - during the first two weeks of leave, or
||No||Yes - only the paid hours
| - to supplement their 2/3rds pay in the remaining 10 weeks of leave
| while unpaid