This morning, September 18, the ISC completed a mass return of academic employees from Summer Hiatus leave with a First Day Back at Work of September 16. Please complete the following steps between now and 9/29 to ensure your academic workers are paid correctly for this pay period:
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The beginning of the academic year brings a flurry of activity. In addition to your new hires and changes for your existing employees, there are three major events that will require your attention in September. Below is a list with a brief description of the unit activity required for each event, and anticipated dates for those activities.
As you may have noticed from running the “Worker I-9 Audit for Current/Previous System” report, I-9 processes appeared incomplete if an employee had not submitted the “To Do: Provide I-9 Coordinator with acceptable identification.” For the sake of ease and clarity, the ISC has removed this step from the process. From now on, when the Complete I-9 process is initiated in Workday,
Currently when a worker with multiple leave-bearing positions goes into Workday to view a payslip, the Paid Time Balance section will show the worker’s Time Off accruals for their primary position only. We are pleased that, with the upcoming Workday release, employees with two leave-bearing positions will now be able to see a combined Time Off accrual representing both leave-bearing positions in the Paid Time Balance section on their payslip.