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Changing working hours for employees within your line of supervision. Updating working hours adjusts the employee's FTE (Full Time Equivalency).
The basic steps needed to make permanent salary changes for employees within your area of supervision. Salary is an individual’s base pay (not any type of additional or supplemental pay). The primary reasons for you to use the manage salary feature is to initiate a salary increase for a non-benefited employee.
The basic steps needed to make compensation changes for employees within your area of supervision.  Compensation is supplemental or additional pay beyond base salary.
Common types of compensation awards are mobile communication devices, temporary increases, and supplemental pay.
Completing a termination by ending an assignment for an employee within your line of supervision.
Changing line managers (supervisors) for employee(s) within your area of supervision.
Accessing and updating Contact Info including address, phone number and setting primary contact info.
Adding Emergency Contacts.
Accessing and updating Personal Details including race, ethnicity, veteran and disability self-identification.
Accessing and reviewing your compensation details including your current salary, grade, and any previous salary changes.
Accessing and reviewing your employment details such as current and past assignments, position and department. If you currently have more than one assignment, this screen permits toggling between assignments allowing you to obtain information on all assignments.
When requesting leave utilizing more than one leave type within a single day (ie: half day using compensatory time and half day using sick time) both leaves must be entered from the time card. Absences utilize leave accrued by benefited employees. Common types of leave are sick and vacation.
Employees with multiple assignments have more than one job at UW. These employees must enter absences through the time card. This allows employees to apply the leave request to the appropriate assignment. This guide will cover the steps for employees with multiple assignments to request leave.
Absence is leave granted to benefited employees (i.e. vacation, sick). Absence can be requested in advance (i.e. planned vacation) or after it has occurred (i.e. unplanned sick time.) This guide will cover steps for requesting a single day or multiple days of absence.
Entering time on the Time Card.
Screening non-benefited candidates, advancing the candidates to the offer stage and finalizing the hire. Directions on finalizing non-benefited direct hires.