HRS Communication and News
Assessing Administrative Systems at WSU
Human Resources Services and Enterprise Systems are pleased to announce the beginning of preliminary efforts to assess the current landscape and explore the feasibility of a human resources, payroll, and finance system replacement.
More information is available at: http://esg.wsu.edu/news.html
President Floyd has authorized a salary increase
President Floyd has authorized a salary increase effective January 1, 2015. Faculty will be awarded a salary increase in accordance with the faculty manual. Instructors and graduate assistants will receive a 4% across-the-board increase and administrative professional (AP) employees will receive a 3% across-the-board increase.
President's Perspective | Frequently Asked Questions
Guidance and Recommendations Regarding the EBOLA virus
In light of recent outbreaks of the Ebola virus in West African countries, health officials at WSU have issued a memo outlining current recommendations and guidelines for students, faculty, and staff. View here.
Tobacco Free Survey
Spring 2014 WSU Pullman Undergraduate Students passed Referendum 43-01 in support of a Tobacco Free Campus. WSU administrators are polling Pullman employees via the Pullman Tobacco Free Survey to measure their opinion on the idea of Pullman becoming a Tobacco Free Campus. The Pullman Tobacco Free Survey will open Monday September 29, 2014 and will remain open through Friday October 10, 2014. Frequently Asked Questions regarding the survey are available: FAQs link
New HRS Facebook Page
Today is the first day of the official WSU Human Resource Services Facebook page. The HRS Facebook page will provide a communication channel for employees to connect and communicate with others. Connecting with the profile is optional and is set up so no one is able to view your personal FB profile if you choose to like/follow the page.
The HRS Facebook page will highlight the talented employees and outstanding programs at WSU. The HRS Facebook page will have interesting and informative posts, news, updates of interest, resources and services available to the university community. Connect with WSU HRS at: https://www.facebook.com/wsuhrs
Employee Engagement Survey
The 2014 Employee Engagement survey was sent on March 31, 2014 to all active faculty, administrative professional and classified staff. The survey response period was March 31 - April 11, 2014.
The results from the survey questions are available to view here: Employee Engagement Survey Results
Inclement Weather/Suspended Operations
Information on Inclement Weather/Suspended Operations
Review of Progress Towards Tenure 2013
January 1, 2014 Salary Increase Information
President Floyd has authorized a salary increase that is a combination of an across-the-board adjustment of 4% for faculty, administrative professional (AP) employees, and graduate students and an additional meritorious increase for eligible tenured, tenure-track, and clinical faculty. This increase is effective January 1, 2014.
Affordable Care Act
Effective January 1, 2014, individuals and families will have a new insurance option available through the ACA Marketplace. Most WSU benefit eligible employees will not need to pursue that option, however, it may be applicable to employees who do not have coverage. For information about the Affordable Care Act, as well as the Marketplace, click on the above link.
Human Resource Services, is excited to announce a NEW employee resource from Bright Horizons.
Bright Horizons is a self-service solution which grants faculty and staff access to local caregivers. The membership to Bright Horizons is fully paid for by WSU. Employees are responsible for making all arrangements including selecting providers and the cost of care. For more information visit hrs.wsu.edu/sittercity. To register today, visit https://www.sittercity.com/wsu.
Step M Information
As part of the 2013-2015 operating budget, the Office of the State Human Resource Director implemented a new pay step, step M, within the State’s pay range system for Civil Service employees. Step M is a longevity step to be added to the state salary schedules. Eligible employees who have been at the top step (step L) in the same salary range for six years will move to the new step M effective July 1, 2013. It provides an approximate 2.5 percent increase over step L.
Faculty Appointments - Full-Time Academic Workload
Starting in 2014, under the Federal Affordable Care Act, Washington State University (WSU) must report actual work effort for all employees, including Faculty. Therefore, effective July 1, 2013, WSU will require faculty appointments be set up as full-time equivalency (FTE).
Employee Benefit Information
Temporary/Seasonal Employee Benefits
Creating ZZUSIS Records
Foreign Worker Disclosure Required for workers who are non-U.S. citizens