The next GMAS 2.0 Project release will occur on December 14, 2015, delivering a redesigned Segment home and more converted screens. Segment home is one of the most frequently visited GMAS screens that users leverage to access projects. The Segment Home still allows users to retrieve segment data, segment financial information, navigate between segments and navigate to key areas. The re-design brings additional information front and center including highlighting dates and dollars, segment actions, and links to existing GMAS screens. Read more about GMAS November Updates
On January 1, 2016, Harvard will put into effect several policy updates pertaining to the work of the Operations and Policy Committee, Office for Sponsored Programs (OSP), and Office of the Controller (OC).
Extra hours for a holiday worked are not paid automatically. If an employee works on a holiday, they should report HWK to be paid at a rate of 1.5 times their normal pay for the holiday hours worked. The employee is also entitled to their regular pay for the holiday (FHP), or they may bank the time (FHE) and take time off at a later date (up to 1/5 of the employee weekly scheduled hours).
To receive it as pay:
The employee should report HOL for all hours not worked and HWK & FHP for all hours worked.
Due to Harvard's winter recess, it is necessary to shift the deadlines for the submission of paperwork and the reporting and approving of time. Below is a highlight of important deadlines. For a full schedule, please see the Payroll and Time & Labor Closings Calendar.
The next GMAS Basics & Requests class is scheduled for Friday, December 4, 2015, from 9:00am-3:00pm in Longwood, Countway Library room 403. Register today through PeopleSoft to reserve your seat! For more information and registration instructions, please visit the GMAS training page.
HarvardKey is here! Following the HUIT Identity & Access Management program’s successful release Nov. 12, users in FAS, Central Admin, Graduate School of Education, Graduate School of Design, the Divinity School, the T.H. Chan School of Public Health, and the John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences are now able to claim a HarvardKey account to gain access to the University applications and services they use every day. Read more about HarvardKey Rollout Gives Another 50,000 Users Access to New Unified Login Credential