We provide support through training, managing workers' compensation claims, unemployment claims, employee or independent contractor designations, crisis leave administration and garnishments. We strive to provide the latest payroll processing technologies promoting, updating and supporting effective, efficient improvements.
Information for Staff Associates, Supervisors and Managers
Staff assistants and/or Business Managers may hold the same responsibilities at UNO. It depends upon how the individual unit manages its administrative activities.
There are two ways to record working time – using a paper timesheet or electronically
eLearning for Faculty, Staff, Supervisors and Managers
ESS Time - How to approve and delegate time approval - (eLearning)
This time tracking method is for hourly (bi-weekly) full-time and part-time employees. We use SAP's "Record Hours Worked" software.
Please use these short easy tutorials with links found below:
Employee Time EntryTutorial PPT or PDF
Recording Compensatory Time
All hours worked must be reported on paper timesheets
If an employee plans to work more than 40 weekly hourse, they will need permission from their supervisor before working the extra hours. Download Comp Time Authorization Agreement.
Overtime or compensatory ("comp") time are only awarded for time worked more than 40 weekly hours. Sick, holiday, vacation, and other non-worked hours are not counted toward hours worked, but are paid at the regular rate of pay.
Overtime and compensatory time are earned at 1.5 the regular hourly rate.
UNO uses a direct deposit system for employee paychecks. Contact the Office of Human Resources to make changes to one's bank or to get a form to designate the bank location for the direct deposit. You may also change your bank information in Employee Self Service (ESS).
The university encourages everyone to select receiving their W2 forms online–it’s safe, convenient, and environmentally friendly.
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