Exempt Leave Tracking FAQs

Review these frequently asked questions to learn more about using Emory's Exempt Leave Tracking System.

You can log in to Exempt Leave Tracking from Self-Service. Click Time and Leave, then Exempt Leave Tracking. You can also log in directly.

Yes. You must submit two leave requests for the same day. Adjust the hours taken on each request to reflect the correct amount of leave taken. Example: 4 hours Holiday, 4 hours Vacation for a total 8 hours.

Sick and vacation accruals are added on the 1st day of every month for the previous month’s accruals (i.e. accruals for January are added February 1st at 12:30 am).

If the leave hasn't been approved, your manager can deny the day(s). If the leave has been approved, your leave administrator must void the days of a request.

Yes. When a leave administrator voids elapsed requests, the time deducted is added back automatically.

Yes. If your manager approves you as their proxy, it is allowed.

When you reach a service anniversary milestone, the higher leave accrual rate will be reflected in the accrual on the first day of the next month. For example, if your service anniversary is October 2, October 14, October 17, or October 31, the higher rate would be effective as of the November 1st leave accrual. If your anniversary is actually on the first day of the month, then the higher rate should be effective on the accrual that same day.

You request the days you are scheduled to work. If you worked 4 days at 10 hours per day and normally take Friday off, your leave request would be 10 hours each day Monday through Thursday. This system tracks leave time and should not be used as a calendar.

For questions regarding the Exempt Leave Tracking System, please contact: Peter Buch, 404-727-5222.