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Exempt employees now required to fill out timesheets?

By rhenrys ·
I work for a small non-profit (about 25 employees). I'm the only IT person here and recently management initiated that all exempt employees fill out timesheets (monthly)indicating the percentage of time that they've worked for any one department. The total must add up to 100%.
This is difficult for an IT person as on any given day I may do some end-user support for 5 different people in 4 different departments.
I've heard that some employers are just requiring exempt employees to just document number of hours, or exceptions (time off, sick days), but not this. They are claiming that this is now required because the organization gets audited regularly (being a non-profit).
So far (we're on month #2) not too many employees are taking to this new procedure.
Is this a common practice these days?
Has anyone else experienced something like this?


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What software are you using?

by juan.jaramillo In reply to Exempt employees now requ ...

Hi, Im looking for software for entering the amount of time spent on a project/area on a weekly basis and the total needs to add up to 100%. Can you please tell me what software youre using so I can give it a try??


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