MyTime Lite Transition Frequently Asked Questions

This transition supports a long-term information security effort to better secure our computing environment by reducing Java use.

Most managerial and professional staff, clerical and technical staff, temporary staff and active retirees, and faculty managers who are timecard approvers will transition to MyTime Lite.

Navigation to access MyTime Lite remains the same. Time entry and approval remains monthly for managerial and professional staff and weekly for clerical and technical staff.

Access to MyTime will be available to users who require the additional functionality it supports, including:

  • Local 35 supervisors managing timecards
  • Local 35 business offices
  • Individuals who manage schedules for business offices
  • Payroll administrators
  • HRISS/system administrators
  • Centralized leave administrators

Contact the Employee Service Center (ESC) at 203-432-5552 or Provide the business reason why this access is needed, and the specific functionality that MyTime (Java) offers and MyTime Lite (HTML) does not.

You can run the “My Accrual Balances and Projections” report. For details, review the Check Paid Time Off Balances guide.

To run the “Accrual Detail” report in MyTime Lite, use the steps provided in Supervisors - Running Reports in MyTime.

In MyTime Lite, managers and business offices can review accrual balances for the employees they support by running the Accrual Summary report using the steps in Running Reports in MyTime.

Historical edits cannot be made in MyTime Lite. If you need to make historical edits, contact the Employee Service Center (ESC) at 203-432-5552 or

This can be done in MyTime Lite using the same steps as in MyTime. For details, review the instructions in Manager Approvals for Temporary Staff & Active Retirees.

Technical questions (such as logging in): Contact the ITS Help Desk at 203-432-9000 or visit the ITS Help Desk website to view the answers to trending questions, search how-to articles, start a chat, or report a problem.