FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How and when do I submit my Orion timesheet?
To log your Orion hours go to ts.orionconsortium.com. Log in and enter your hours daily. Submit your timesheet on the 15th and last day of each month. Timesheets must be submitted to be valid.
When will I get paid?
Employees are paid on a bimonthly basis with payroll being processed through the 15th and the last day of the month, after all employee hours are logged in and submitted. To stay consistent with the contract invoicing environment, our work week goes from Saturday through Friday. Payroll run on the 15th of the month will be deposited on the 21st. Payroll run on the last day of the month will be deposited on the 7th.
What if I need to take unscheduled time off (emergency or sick day)?
It is the employee’s responsibility to inform both your On-site team lead as well as the Orion Consortium management office when you are going to be either late or out for the day.
How do I request PTO?
Vacation hours will be communicated, scheduled, and approved, using the rules of your team lead/manager on-site, and at least 4 weeks before your vacation to Orion Consortium. This request and approval must be in writing. You must submit your holiday and vacation requests in advance, first to the Orion office and then, after it has been approved, to your EA/CSRA manager.
PTO hours should be logged under the PTO charge code on your Orion timesheet.
How much PTO do I accrue each pay period?
You accrue PTO hours each paid period. Calculation for accrual is PTO allowance divided by 24 pay periods.
How many hours am I required to work each week?
Full time employees must consistently work 40 hours per week or make up missed hours (with on-site management approval). Hours not met must be logged under the PTO charge code on your Orion timesheet.
What Holidays do I get off?
Orion Consortium follows the Federal Holiday Schedule and offers the following paid holidays:
New Year’s Day, Birthday of Martin Luther King Jr., Washington’s Birthday, Memorial Day, Juneteenth, Independence Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veteran’s Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.