Look Forward to Extra Sleep and Turn Your Clock Back on Nov. 4
Tuesday, October 30, 2018
Starting Sunday, Nov. 4, your morning will be brighter and sunset will come earlier. Remember to turn your clocks at home back one hour as of 2 a.m. on Nov. 4, when most of the U.S. changes from Daylight Savings Time to Standard Time.
Meanwhile, at CHI and KentuckyOne Health Facilities:
- The Standard Time and Attendance (Kronos) database will automatically update the time.
- Time clocks and TTE systems will also update automatically at 2 a.m. on Nov. 4.
- Shifts that span the time change will automatically be increased by one hour, including scheduled on-call shifts that span the 2 a.m. time change.
- For exempt employees: If the 8-1600 default schedule has been changed and that new schedule spans the 2 a.m. time change, timecards may need to be adjusted so that the hours do not exceed the full-time equivalent.
For more information, contact your regional timekeeper support team or superuser.