Timesheets are a necessary annoyance in many organizations. Most are filled out in a hurry, perhaps as an afterthought. Small wonder that timesheets are so often incorrect. But you really need to get those timesheets at the right time, with the right information. So you must simply correct them and move on, right?
Wrong. While there are ways to handle timesheet corrections, before you change any timesheet, beware the regulatory ramifications. Two regulatory schemes in particular have painful consequences for the unwary timesheet corrector.