System Access Requests

Description:

As HR and Payroll Professionals, you may need to obtain access to a variety of business applications based on your role and responsibilities. Work with your manager to identify which of the systems on this list you should have access to.

  • Criminal Background Check
  • Cypress Reports
  • ETF One
  • Identity Proofing Process for HRS, HRS Security, OBIEE
  • HireRight I-9 System
  • Human Resource System (HRS)
  • Job Employment Management System
  • NetID/WiscMail
  • NetID Linking
  • Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE)
  • Student Information System (SIS)
  • Talent Recruitment Engagement Management System (TREMS)
  • WISDM
Register:
https://www.ohr.wisc.edu/cop/docs/system-access.pdf

Sustainability Professional Expertise

Description:

Below are professional resources you can explore and connect with your supervisor/peers on.

 

To add additional resources, please contact Kayla Ruplinger

Register:

Go to each respective organization to learn more

Environment, Health and Safety Professional Expertise

Description:

Below are professional resources you can explore and connect with your supervisor/peers on.

 

To add additional resources, please contact Kayla Ruplinger

Register:

Go to each respective organization to learn more

Transportation Services Professional Expertise

Description:

Below are professional resources you can explore and connect with your supervisor/peers on.

 

To add additional resources, please contact Kayla Ruplinger

Register:

Go to each respective organization to learn more

Physical Plant Professional Expertise

Description:

Below are professional resources you can explore and connect with your supervisor/peers on.

 

To add additional resources, please contact Kayla Ruplinger

Register:

Go to each respective organization to learn more

Facilities Planning & Delivery Professional Expertise

Description:

Below are professional resources you can explore and connect with your supervisor/peers on.

CPLA:

 

To add to this list of resources, please contact Kayla Ruplinger

Register:

Go to each respective link to learn more

Go Tips and Tricks Playlist

Description:

The YouTube video playlist below demonstrates some extra features and workflow shortcuts available in the Go iOS apps.  These apps are used daily by tradespeople in Physical Plant to:

  • Track what they are working on
  • Fill out time cards
  • Communicate with other tradespeople on shared work

Click or tap on the middle of the video screen to start watching the tips and tricks videos.  Alternatively, click or tap on the “Watch on YouTube” button to watch the playlist on a larger video screen.

Register:

Click on the YouTube Video above to watch. You can open in YouTube to access the whole playlist

Go Tutorial Playlist

Description:

The YouTube video playlist below demonstrates the basic functionality of the Go iOS apps.  These apps are used daily by tradespeople in Physical Plant to:

  • Track what they are working on
  • Fill out time cards
  • Communicate with other tradespeople on shared work

Click or tap on the middle of the video screen to start watching the tutorial videos.  Alternatively, click or tap on the “Watch on YouTube” button to watch the playlist on a larger video screen.

Register:

Click on the YouTube Video above to watch. You can open in YouTube to access the whole playlist

AssetWorks KnowledgeBase (ReADY-AiM-GO)

Description:

The link below leads to the Facilities Planning and Management internal Knowledge Base.  This is a website that can only be seen by UW Employees.  It contains all training documentation created by and available to Physical Plant employees related to the three main software systems maintained by Physical Plant.  They are:

  • ReADY – a website where campus customers can submit maintenance work requests to Physical Plant
  • AiM – a website used by Physical Plant employees to track and manage work created through ReADY
  • Go – an iOS app used daily by tradespeople to manage their work, fill out timecards, and communicate with other tradespeople

Feel free to save or bookmark the Knowledge Base website for future reference.  Also note that a shortcut to the Knowledge Base website is automatically made available to you on your work-issued iPhone or iPad.

Register:

Go to the knowledgebase here: https://kb.wisc.edu/fpm/internal/

OAVC Professional Expertise

Description:

Below are professional resources you can explore and connect with your supervisor/peers on.

Human Resources:
Business Operations and Purchasing:
Communications & Marketing:
Associate VC Office:

 

To add to this list of resources, please contact Kayla Ruplinger

Register:

Go to each respective organization to learn more

ShopUW+

Description:

Roles and Courses Breakdown

Role: Shopper
Courses: ShopUW+ Foundations, ShopUW+ Process Updates, ShopUW+ Shopper Skills

Role: Requester
Courses: ShopUW+ Foundations, ShopUW+ Process Updates, ShopUW+ Shopper Skills, ShopUW+ Requester Skills

Role: Approver
Courses: ShopUW+ Foundations, ShopUW+ Process Updates, ShopUW+ Shopper Skills, ShopUW+ Requester Skills, Approver Skills

Use the link below to self-register for the appropriate courses.

Register:
https://shopuwplus.wisc.edu/getting-started/

PCI Operator Training

Description:
Audience

Both the PCI Site Manager and Financial Officer are required to attend an initial PCI Training session. Subsequently, each year both the PCI Site Manager and the Financial Officer are required to complete annual online security awareness training. Finally, any employee or volunteer that handles a credit card on behalf of the University is required to complete PCI Operator training annually. The PCI Site Manager needs to annually track the completion of all PCI Operator trainings

Register:
https://charge.wisc.edu/training/

Getting the Most from PMDP Reports

Description:
Register:

Work with your supervisor and Christine Ray (christine.ray@wisc.edu) or Marci Birkes (marci.birkes@wisc.edu) to schedule

DDR FMLA/Medical Leave training

Description:
Register:

Work with your supervisor to schedule

Implicit Bias in Evaluation Processes

Description:
Register:

Work with your supervisor and Office of Human Resources to schedule.

JEMS HIRE training

Description:

This training program focuses only on Academic Staff (AS), Faculty (FA), and Limited Appointee (LI) hiring types. The content focuses on JEMS HIRE navigation, “step by step” processing and managing transactions, along with hiring employees into vacancies. The course will also provide an understanding of how data ‘pushes’ and ‘pulls’ between various common systems along with where to locate supporting resources (e.g., job aids, KBs, and policies).

Register:
https://hr.wisc.edu/professional-development/courses/?q=JEMS

Introduction to UW-Madison – HRS and Related Technologies

Description:

Provides an overview of basic information that all professionals that work with HRS or Related Technologies should be familiar with. Resources and learning opportunities, basic human resources concepts, and an overview of commonly used technologies are emphasized, as pre-requisites prior to completing or attending many of the HRS and related technology learning opportunities. Participants may want to complete this as a refresher course a few weeks after their onboarding while becoming acclimated to their roles and responsibilities.

Register:
https://www.talent.wisc.edu/Catalog/Default.aspx?CK=62256