This webinar details best practices for Student Originators in ConnectCarolina and include information for position overview, pre-hire steps, using the Hire ePAR, job changes and short work breaks, as well as information on fund swaps and expected end dates and terminations.
These slides detail best practices for Student Originators in ConnectCarolina and include information for position overview, pre-hire steps, using the Hire ePAR, job changes and short work breaks, as well as information on fund swaps and expected end dates and terminations. These slides are from the August 2017 Student Originators Best Practices meeting.
This document explains how to see training records in Manager WorkCenter, and how to run reports.
Slides from the 4.26.17 HR User Group Meeting.
Information on the new Affiliates Report in Infoporte
The Salary Funding Report shows the funding sources for an employee’s salary, per job at UNC-Chapel Hill and UNC-General Administration. It is a funding based report and does not display all job data activity. This report shows how much of an employee’s salary is allocated to each funding source. You can run the report to see what is currently being used to fund an employee as well as enter a specific date range to see what has historically been used. You can filter by selecting an employee’s Home (Job) department as well as a Funding department. You can narrow your search results by applying specific fund, source, and/or project ID numbers as well by employee type, position number, or employee PID number.
This is a guide to the changes and fixes for InfoPorte release 6.7.2.
This is a procedure containing the steps for running the Funding End Date Notification Report, a report that shows current and future payroll suspense charges based on current funding. The procedure also describes the information found on the report results, including the reason for the suspense, the employee name, and the amount in suspense.
This is the PDF Version of the Power Point presentation from the September 14, 2016 HR Liaison’s meeting. The topics covered were FLSA, TIM Upgrade, Multi-Sate Tax Initiative, Self Service for W4s and NC4s, and an update on 2-Step Verification.
This guide provides detailed information on being an Access Request Coordinator (ARC). ARCs enter requests for access to ConnectCarolina and some companion systems such as Web Travel and PeopleAdmin. The guide includes step-by-step instructions for: entering and submitting access requests, retracting and deleting requests. sharing a request. working with file attachments in the access requests. generating reports on access requests. checking the status of a request.