UAW Members now in CalTime
As of September 1, 2023, Graduate Student Researchers and Academic Student Employees may use CalTime, Berkeley’s automated timekeeping system, to record their leave usage. The transition to CalTime was part of the system-wide standardization of timekeeping across all UC campuses for UAW members. Tracking time in the CalTime system has enabled additional UAW members (in addition to the Postdoctoral Scholars and Readers and Tutors that currently use CalTime) to join the rest of the campus in reporting leave taken, and in some cases hours worked (applicable to biweekly paid employees), and in approving their CalTime timecard each pay period.
Please review the frequently asked questions for more information about this change. You may also watch a brief video about CalTime for Exempt Employees (Job aid for supervisors). For questions not addressed in the FAQ, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Employee quick reference guides are also available to help you get started
CalTime is Berkeley's Timekeeping System
Whether you are an employee, supervisor, or timekeeper, explore our site to learn more about timekeeping with CalTime. Everyone is responsible for accurate timekeeping:
- Employees report work and leave time on their timecards
- Supervisors review and approve their employees’ timecards
- Timekeepers sign off on their units’ timecards
Are you biweekly or monthly paid?
Biweekly Paid (report hours worked and leave taken)
- Non-exempt employee: eligible for overtime
- Exempt employees in Reader and Tutor job titles (not eligible for overtime)
Monthly Paid (report leave taken only)
Are you a supervisor?
Thank you for using CalTime!