All employees (full time, part time, and temporary) must complete the ethics training program and provide a certificate of completion by March 19, 2014. All employees hired prior to January 1, 2014 must retake the exam— for the entire campus to be in compliance.
The link to online training is: http://www.mass.gov/ethics/new-online-programs-available-december2012.html.
W-2's were mailed to home/mailing addresses on Wednesday, January 29th.
Contact Payroll@umassd.edu or call Chrissy Flagg at X8178 with questions.
On January 1, 2014 the Affordable Care Act (ACA) law will be implemented in Massachusetts and across the nation. It requires that all employees receive these notices to assist with understanding your options under this law.
Questions can be directed to Danielle Drabble Almeida in Human Resources at x8083 or email@example.com.
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Paychecks and paystubs will no longer be available for pick-up on campus effective August 16, 2013.
They will be mailed directly to home addresses.Click here for more information.
Human Resources is pleased to announce the deployment of a new On-Line Job Applicant System called Interview Exchange.
Payroll Process Improvements in Effect January 1, 2013
Forms that are received in Human Resources by payday WILL BE GUARANTEED to be processed for the following paycheck. Forms that are received in Human Resources after payday MAY be processed for the following paycheck, if time permits.
This creates a consistent schedule and conveys a clearly defined expectation to the campus of when payments will be processed.
We look forward to these changes and providing the campus with an increased level of customer service with our guarantee commitment.
Questions can be directed to Christina Flagg at x8178 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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