Employee Appreciation Luncheon
The Office of Human Resources invites all Clemson University faculty and staff to the annual State Employee Appreciation Day lunch on Tuesday, May 6th, from 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m., at Harcombe Dining Hall.
A buffet-style lunch, sponsored by ARAMARK, consisting of hot dogs and chili, pulled pork barbecue, veggie burgers, coleslaw, fruit salad, chips and dessert will be available. Entertainment will be provided by DJ Jazzy Jeff (Jeff Bright) from the Madren Center.
Employees who attend will automatically be entered for door prizes! Please bring your Tiger1 card for easy door prize registration. All door prizes are being donated from university areas and departments, including goods and services these departments provide. Door prize winners will be notified the next day via email.
Please join your colleagues at this fun-filled event, and let the Office of Human Resources, ARAMARK and the rest of the Clemson family show how much we appreciate you!
The 2013 W-2’s are available on-line for active employees. W-2’s for inactive employees and those who did not consent to an on-line form will be mailed by 1/31/14 to the address on file in the HR database (which may not match the iROAR address for students). Once received, please safeguard your hard-copy, as there is a $10 charge for reprints.
Active employees can now access the on-line form. Click here to log-in to HR Self Service, inputting your primary username and password on the ORACLE screen. Click on “Year End Form” to view your W-2 and “Filing Instructions” to view/print IRS Notice to Employee and Instructions for Employee.
Important to know:
If you have any questions, please submit them through Ask-HR.
The Office of Human Resources provides a confidential employee assistance program (EAP) offered through an outside resource, Deer Oaks EAP. Services offered through this program are available to Clemson University faculty and staff and their dependents with a focus on the importance of work/life balance. Deer Oaks EAP provides a wide range of training and counseling services to include personal, family, and marriage counseling, financial and legal consultations, conflict resolution, substance abuse and other issues that may affect work or life balance. Faculty and Staff also may access many health and wellness resources through Deer Oaks. The Deer Oaks EAP toll-free number is available 24/7 at 1-866-327-2400.
Click here to read more about Wellness Resources.
If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Human Resources at (864)656-2000 or Ask-HR.
Employment Policy Updates – Effective January 1, 2014
The University has revised its employment policies effective January 1, 2014 to ensure compliance with the Affordable Care Act. All student workers and regular (FTE) part-time and temporary employees (staff and teaching personnel) are impacted by one or more of these policies. It is important to carefully review each policy as it pertains to your job(s) and any job(s) you may supervise at the University. Each worker and their supervisor are responsible for compliance with the policies.
You may reference the specific employment policies below on the HR website in the Policies and Procedures Manual:
Please contact the Office of Human Resources online at Ask-HR or by phone at 864-656-2000 if you have questions or need additional information relating to this important announcement.
Kronos leave and time-keeping system
The Office of Human Resources and the Payroll Department will introduce Kronos, an electronic leave and time-keeping system, in a phased rollout beginning Aug. 1, 2013.
Faculty and staff will use the electronic system to submit and track leave requests. This system will also be used by employees required to submit time sheets to enter their time through a web portal, and in some cases, through campus time clocks. This will eliminate the use of paper time sheets.
New time sheets
New time sheets have been developed to support the new semi-monthly pay period:
These new timesheets were developed to use temporarily and only until your college/division is transitioned to the Kronos system.
Non-exempt employees (employees eligible to earn compensatory time or overtime) are required by FLSA to complete a time sheet or use an approved time keeping device to record time worked. Employees meeting this criterion will receive a direct communication the week of July 1, 2013 as an annual reminder to complete time sheets.
The new time sheet can be found under Payroll Information at http://www.clemson.edu/employment/compensation/index.html.
As Clemson University transitions to a semi-monthly pay schedule, there is no longer a need for an exact two-week time sheet. However, for non-exempt employees, we must still have a defined workweek.
The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) defines a workweek as a period of 168 hours during seven consecutive 24-hour periods (seven days). Effective June 30, 2013, Clemson University will change from a Friday - Thursday workweek to a Sunday - Saturday workweek. View Workweek Policy here.
For questions regarding any of these updates above, contact HR online at Ask-HR, or by phone at 864-656-2000.
Clemson Student Employee,
The final phase of the campus identity management project occurred on August 11. You will be affected since you have been identified as a student who is also an employee. As a student employee by default you currently have an employee username in addition to your student username. None of your existing usernames have been inactivated or deleted. However, your student username has been flagged as your primary username. Below are the ways you will be affected beginning August 11, 2013 ….
If you have questions, please contact the IT Helpdesk at ITHELP@clemson.edu or (864)656-3494.
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