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Please upgrade your browser or activate Google Chrome Frame to improve your experience. The new version is designed to be more user friendly and functional. If you have questions, or need further assistance, contact your assigned DAS-HRE personnel officer. You might need to right click on the link and select “SAVE AS” to save the document, then open it using Word or Adobe. Description: Section 1 explains how to use the manual. Section 2 helps the clinic supervisors organize their supervisory visit. The remainder of the sections focus on a number of key areas during a clinic supervision visit. These areas include: This format allows presentation of a large number of specific and useful tools that supervisors can adapt and use during a supervisory visit. It provides clear guidance and structure to supervision process. It also provides great examples that can be adapted for use in different situations. Our payment security system encrypts your information during transmission. We don’t share your credit card details with third-party sellers, and we don’t sell your information to others. Used: GoodShows some wear. Ships from Amazon and eligible for free shipping!Something we hope you'll especially enjoy: FBA items qualify for FREE Shipping and Amazon Prime. Learn more about the program. Please try again.Please try again.Please try again. Please try your request again later. The key to good employees. A great supervisor. The Essential Supervisor's Handbook provides a guide for both new and experienced supervisors featuring expert explanations, advice, and motivation. It is a quick reference guide that covers a wide range of topics, from employee relations, team leadership, and motivation to the legal aspects of hiring, firing, and disciplining employees.

The Essential Supervisor's Handbook also takes on difficult issues from upgrading to downsizing, and everything in between, such as: multicultural teams, working with unions, finding communication methods that work for you and your team. As well as how to stay positive, move your team (and yourself) forward, and create a productive work atmosphere. Concise and written in an easy-to-understand style, The Essential Supervisor's Handbook is the one tool that no manager can afford to be without. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. Show details. Ships from and sold by Amazon.com. In order to navigate out of this carousel please use your heading shortcut key to navigate to the next or previous heading. Register a free business account Co-author Terrence Sember has owned and operated two businesses and has more than 15 years' experience in management positions. The Sembers live in the Buffalo, New York area. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon. It also analyzes reviews to verify trustworthiness. Please try again later. Deanna Haugen 3.0 out of 5 stars It has the basics for effective supervision.However, it is superficial and general. I wish it had used real life examples of supervisors.Nothing more, however, the book serves as a good reminder of the basic communication skills required for first line mangers and supervisors.Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again Very busy at work ( Security). Hoping to read on my days off. Very excited to get the chance to read.Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again In order to navigate out of this carousel please use your heading shortcut key to navigate to the next or previous heading.

Supervisors are used to build aThe basic idea of a supervisor isWhen the supervisor is started, the childThen the terminatedThe terminationIf it is not specified,Because, in thisIf it is not specified,If it is not specified,If the childIf it is not specified, itThe correspondingIf the childIf the child specificationThe returnedIf the child specificationThe child process is started byThe child process is thenTo ensure a synchronized startupThe Module callback mustThe child process can later beThe child process can also beIf the specifiedIf there isSee the discussion in section. The pages within contain information designed to help supervisors carry out their human resource duties. We always welcome your feedback and ideas on how to improve. Non Exempt. As you click on the link below, you will find the Supervisor Handbook which provides a general overview of the professional practice experience required of our students and helpful information on the supervision process. Alamosa, CO 81101. By using our site, you consent to the use of these cookies. You can also customize your browser’s cookie settings. For more information, see our Privacy Statement. Open communication standards enable the integration of external systems. The easy handling of Saia PCD devices ensures efficient system management, as well as a high operating comfort through the customizable user interface, dedicated dashboards and a remote Function.This software core has been used successfully worldwide for many years. Compared to the standard version of Tridium, our Saia PCD Supervisor includes, among other advanced BACnet Utilities, an Ether-S-Bus driver, the PG5 Icon Gallery and a PG5 Data Import Wizard for easy and fast integration of Saia PCD controllers. Saia PCD Supervisor Documents In addition, alarms can be displayed according to priorities. Alarm lists are already defined as examples for this purpose. It will as well speed up and save engineering time at start up by predefined structures.

Versions: Saia PCD Supervisor 2.1 and higher The additional imported information like facets, conversion or extensions are used from the templates to be fully functional. PG5 Version: V2.3.175 To display the application use the 'Google Chrome' web browser. If other browser are used then not all features of the Saia PCD Supervisor will be avilable.Please note, that only the texts for the operator will be displayed in German or French, but the texts for the developer will be still in English. It’s necessary to start the platform daemon for the Saia PCD Supervisor manually. The attempt to start the daemon via a batch script didn't work either. Our mission is to improve the quality of life for Pennsylvania citizens while assuring transparency and accountability in the expenditure of public funds. Sign up to receive the latest Pennsylvania news, direct to your inbox. Sign up here instead. Specifications Book Details Imprint Nabu Press Dimensions Width 17 mm Height 246 mm Length 189 mm Weight 555 gr Read More Have doubts regarding this product. Post your question Safe and Secure Payments. Easy returns. 100% Authentic products. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. Please try again.We have endeavoured to create this version as close to the original artefact as possible. Although occasionally there may be certain imperfections with these old texts, we believe they deserve to be made available for future generations to enjoy. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. It also analyses reviews to verify trustworthiness. Registration for fall quarter is open. Most classes will be held online and virtually. Learn More. Supervisor training is also available throughout the year and will be required for all new supervisors. Please remember to print letters on official school or department letterhead.

A new hire packet must be completed the first time employed or if there has been a lapse in campus employment over 6 months. The referral includes the Student Employee Policies and Agreement Form that must be signed by the student. Student Employee Policies and Agreement Form outlines employee expectations and policies. These students must maintain satisfactory academic progress, can work up to 19 hours per week, and may have credit requirements. Work study programs: Federal Work Study, State Work Study, WorkFirst Work Study, and Community Service Work Study. Contact Career and Student Employment to find out what your position qualifies for. Any student taking a minimum of 6 credits can be General Fund. These students can work up to 19 hours per week. A student cannot volunteer for a job they were previously paid for nor be a 1000hr employee and a student worker concurrently. Student Employee Evaluation Sheet. From our brand new residence halls to our groundbreakingPresent at a national conference,What will you do at NMU? Explore our website and see all that NMU has to offer. After accessing CruzPay the login window will appear. Enter your CruzID and CruzID Gold password then click Login. Once you click OK you won’t see this screen again. Supervisors have an additional function box available to them allowing the supervisory functions to be accessed. Additionally it provides resources allowing you to perform supervisory functions. The Favorites box is not viewable until you place something into it. You can add as many favorites as you wish, but only three will be viewable in the default mode. The function will be returned to its regular home. A list of employees within the group will be shown. Select the employee whose timesheet you wish to view by clicking on their name. This function is helpful if your groups are large. The system returns a list of the employees matching the criteria you selected. Click the employee name to open the timesheet.

Hire Date is not in use at UCSC. Click the choice you want and the employee names will perform the appropriate action. Once selected the timesheet will display. As we know, many employees may have the same name, therefore, we always recommend “finding employees” using their Employee ID, which is unique to everyone. If you choose to use the employee’s name, take extra care to ensure you have the correct employee. This function is helpful if your groups are large. The system returns a list of the employees matching the criteria you selected. Click the employee name to open the timesheet. The Function Icons that appear on the screen depend on your role in the system and the nature of the task you are performing. Click any Function Icon to perform the desired action. Supervisors are not able to update employee timesheet entries, but can add comments to the timesheet. Please see the section “How to Print Your Timesheet” for information on printing a timesheet. Please see the Reports section of your manual for additional information on employee reports. When the comments box opens, type your comments, add your name and date and click close. The Save icon will turn orange indicating a save action is needed to write the comments to the timesheet. Click Save and your comments are appended and the Timesheet Comments window will close. When a tab is enabled (active), its information will be displayed at the bottom of the timesheet. Please see the Exception Messages section of the manual for information on Exception Messages. Click the pin and you will be shown the timesheet entry causing the exception and see the exception message pertaining to it. You should work with your employees to correct any exception messages prior to submitting their timesheet for the period. The totals take into account any accruals used or earned time during the current period; showing the initial and ending balances for the period.

The columns can be sorted by clicking the header wording of each column. Only one sort is available at a time. Supervisors are unable to make changes to the employees schedule and should work with their Timesheet Coordinator or Timekeeper on necessary changes. Once you choose a view it will remain as the default until you change it. You can toggle back and forth by clicking the view name or using the drop down menu. This view also allows the employee to enter notes on the timesheet entries as well. When your timesheet is approved, you know your Timesheet Coordinator, Supervisor and Timekeeper have finalized it for payment. This indicates to you your timesheet has been successfully approved. Paycodes are associated with the various pay rules (policy and contract language) reflecting the outcome of the hours entered on the timesheet. Deducts from manual bank holding donations.This bank counts periods EE has reported 50% or more. Used for certain pay rules. Bank hasn’t transformed to BW periods yet. Indicates to TK shift differential is due Will track “FMLA reportable” hours. Indicates to TK shift differential is due. Bank must have positive hours before further vacation use is allowed. Deducts from manual CAT Leave Bank.Will track “FMLA reportable” hours at no pay One use is for exhausting EX sick leave in less than whole day increments One use is for exhausting EX vacation leave in less than whole day increments Bank must have positive hours before further vacation use is allowed. Will track “FMLA reportable” time at no pay Used by TSC and TK to update eligible holiday hours for the pay period dovetailing to hours reported and eligibility parameters Click the pin and the timesheet entry causing the exception will be highlighted along with the exception message pertaining to it. Exception messages should be corrected prior to submitting the timesheet for the period. Checking the box only indicates the employee has read the message.

Time may be entered on more than one assignment Time may be entered on more than one assignment Employee has separated Employee has separated XX entered, but only XX hours are available. Supervisors are not able to update schedules and should work with the Timesheet Coordinator or Timekeeper to make changes. Student employees do not utilize the schedule functions. When employees have completed entering time on their timesheets, it should generally match their schedule. Multiple Assignment employees do not have schedules activated within the system. Once opened it will look almost identical to the timesheet with hours indicating your expected effort. Often the TSC will approve a timesheet as an indicator to the Supervisor that the timesheet is ready for their review and approval. This allows time for any error corrections that may be necessary. Unapproved timesheets will not export and will most likely result in late pay for the employee. Timesheets with errors need attention before approval. See the Exception Messages section for more details on Exception Messages.. More information regarding a Temporary Supervisor Delegation can be found in the toolbox. Timesheet Coordinators, Supervisors and Timekeepers are able to choose from several different actions (E.g. approval, rejection, sending an employee an email, etc.). As with Viewing Employee Timesheets, the default approval period will be determined by the current open period. All assignment groups delegated to all of your roles will be shown on the left hand side of the navigation area. Click the Find icon and the search window opens. Below is an example with the descriptions of each criteria. Employees are grouped together in their respective pay periods in alphabetical order by last name. Below is an example of the Approval Window for Biweekly Students. Simply place a check mark in the box next to As of Current Period and use the calendar to select the pay period end date you wish to access.

You should re-select the timesheet data you were reviewing to insure you are looking at the desired period. To reset the time back to current, simply uncheck the box. Additionally once you click the Home button to return to the Dashboard the time will be reset to current as well. To make the adjustment, use your cursor to slide the window towards the left margin making the navigation area smaller, thus expanding your view. This triangle allows you to sort the information either ascending or descending depending on which way the arrow is pointing.? Click on any data point in the columns to the left of Manager’s Approval to open the timesheet.? Additionally the Save and Save and Close buttons will turn yellow indicating a save action is necessary. These are hours not-worked (body on) such as Jury Duty, Sick, Vacation, Holiday, etc. When the column is colored red, it indicates the exception is an error and must be corrected before the timesheet is approved.? ? Employee Submitted Yes or No indicates whether or not the employee has submitted the timesheet. If timesheets are unsubmitted, the box is colored yellow. Care should be taken when approving an un-submitted timesheet.A previously submitted timesheet, which has been rejected will also be returned to unsubmitted status Timesheet Coordinator approvals are not applicable for exporting time for payment You will follow established protocols regarding which timesheets should and should not be approved. Be sure to click Save after you’ve completed all your approval actions, or intermittently if you are approving large numbers of timesheets. In other words, you cannot approve both timesheets at the same time. This is system functionality and can’t be changed. You are able to withdraw your approval until someone with a higher role in the system places their approval on the timesheet. If this happens, you will need to reject it and advise the employee of the corrections needed.

Rejecting the timesheet returns it to unsubmitted status, therefore after the corrections are made by the employee, they will need to submit the timesheet again and you will need to re-approve it Once the Reject icon has been clicked the timesheet rejection screen will open. To change the subject simply delete the text and type your own. Saving completes the actions and “writes” it to the system.Doing so captures the email in the Approval History of the timesheet.Below is an example of the Reject Timesheet window and embedded recommendations for Emails. Therefore, it is important to use the email message box to convey a message to the employee. We recommend being very cautious about adding comments to the timesheet on the approval window. Please see the Adding Timesheet Comments document in the toolbox for more information. We do not recommend adding timesheet comments through the approval window. A temporary Supervisor Group Delegation will not remove the employee from the original supervisor’s group; it will add the temporary supervisor group to the designated supervisor. It is important to maintain the integrity of the supervisory functions with the original supervisor also having access to the employee approvals. This delegation is only applicable for a temporary time which is not to exceed 6 months. Temporary absence examples: illness, vacation, leave of absence or furlough. If the new supervisor is not known, the EAD should be updated to reflect the supervisor of the outgoing supervisor. Changing the EAD will remove the employee from the original supervisor’s assignment group and create a new assignment group for the delegated temporary supervisor. Remember, there will be a 1-day delay in the action taking effect. If this happens, the delegates EAD MUST be updated to reflect a different supervisor during the temporary delegation period and changed back once the temporary delegation period ends.

This area is a handy reference of who touched the timesheet when and what actions they performed. Below is an example of an Approval History of a timesheet showing approvals and withdrawls. The window for amending a timesheet is roughly a year retroactively. Only Timekeepers are able to amend previous closed period timesheets. Employees are not able to submit amended timesheets, so the Employee Submitted column will always say NO. Supervisors should make every effort to approve amended timesheets when doing their normal period approvals. The closing process is facilitated by the Enterprise Financial Systems (EFS) office and is typically done per the schedule listed below. Once the closing has finished, the timesheet is locked from further editing by all parties. Any changes made must be approved by the employee (via email communication) and their supervisor who approves within the system. Note: employees are unable to submit amended timesheets. This means the accrual balances may be incorrect on the screen and reports until the system updates. To amend the timesheet follow the steps below: Add comments on the timesheet advising what you have done and why.Note: DO NOT amend a timesheet of an employee who is terminated or who will terminate prior to the next applicable period closure. For example, there is the version created when the period closing occurs, or there may be a version that was previously amended. The amended version is the one which is currently open. You may view the original timesheet by clicking the Other Versions icon and changing the selection.To do this, click the Other Versions icon to display a pop-up window that lists the various versions of the timesheet and allows you to compare the current version with previous versions. The version you are currently viewing have grayed out the buttons because the timesheet is currently open. To choose another version, Click the View this version button to display it.

The message Viewing Version indicates that it is also the one currently being displayed. This version cannot be changed. This version can be amended by the Timekeeper until it is closed. SHR and APO are responsible for the delegations of groups to timekeepers following internal business processes. Think of groups as playlists full of employees you coordinate the business for. When employees import into the system each evening, they will move into and out-of the automatic assignment groups as appropriate based on the coding within PPS. When the automatic manual group name is entered in the unit field, the employee will be placed into that group as well. If the Unit field changes, the employees will be removed from the automatic-manual group appropriately. These groups are primarily used in large units handled by multiple timekeepers, or those with Timesheet Coordinators. Some reports have generic system functionality and others have been tailored to specific UCSC needs. The UCSC tailored reports are identified with (UCSC) at the end of the report name. Employees will click the View My Reports link in the Personal functions box; and Timesheet Coordinators (TSC), Supervisors and Timekeepers will click the View Group Reports from the Manage Employee functions box. Additionally, there are also reports available from the Timesheet - More menu, accessed when viewing the employee's timesheet. The reports are all the same regardless of which menu they are listed in. Individually listed reports in the menu (left side) are only available to Timekeepers only. As such they are listed below any available folders. However, Supervisors and TSC’s may- or may-not have all reports delegated to their respective roles. We DO NOT recommend using these reports. If you choose to do so, use them at your own discretion and please validate the results carefully. Once they are in their final form they will move to the Timekeeper or Reports For Managers menus.

They will provide information on employees who were in the chosen assignment group(s) at any time during that period. This functionality hasn’t changed and was the same in the pre-upgraded system. Once the customized AGL has been applied they will reflect data similar to the custom reports (see above). The favorite functionality works the same as the dashboard Favorites. Simply hover over the star and click; the report will be placed into the Favorites folder. It will also remain in the usual menu as well. To remove the report from Favorites, hover over the star and click, the report is removed from the favorites menu. This screen is very similar to Infoview. Each report will have different parameter needs depending on the desired results. The following bullets are typical parameters, which are required by most reports except those accessed through the More menu on the employee’s timesheet (see below for More menu specifics). If this parameter is present you MUST select at least 1 group. To select multiple groups hold the Ctrl key and click the groups you wish to run information on. If available, choose the ALL parameter to run the report simultaneously on all pay cycles. This parameter is not available on all reports or reports generated through the More menu on the employee’s timesheet. Select the desired output and whether or not you want to view (print) or email the results. This parameter does not work for HTML. This works well for most reports, but not all. You will need to experiment to see which ones you prefer to run in PDF. You will need to do some formatting, such as adding, resizing or deleting columns. You will need to apply all formatting of your choice to the document and save it as an Excel document. Beware, some reports will generate with extra or blank columns, which you will need to remove as well. You can then export the report to PDF or Excel from HTML as well. Therefore, the system does not need any parameters entered.

If amended timesheets are pending, it includes amendments. If you see four or more identical lines on the report, suspect duplicates. Therefore there may be columns that do not pertain to a unit outside of Dining. Those columns can be eliminated. Therefore there may be columns that do not pertain to a unit outside of Dining. Those columns can be eliminated. If the PEA is applied, only time on the individual timesheet will be prevented from exporting. Other timesheets will be exported as appropriate. Therefore, no-time for any assignment will export. Any pay due will need to be paid via OPTRS. It also provides alerts advising the timekeeper on action(s) that have taken place on the timesheet that may need additional action. This report will NOT display comments placed on the Approval Window. All Rights Reserved. Click on the picture to go to Facebook. Welcome to Student Employment Students working more than five consecutive hours must be given an unpaid lunch break of at least 30 minutes. This break is in addition to the paid break. Breaks are intended to provide a rest period during a shift in order to promote safety and productivity. Breaks and meal periods are regulated by Washington State rules: WAC 296-126-092 The entire speedkey consists of 10 digits. Incorrect or incomplete codes will necessitate correction follow up and greatly slow processing. Special Note for CWU Centers: The CWU Center supervisors will complete the I-9 and PERS waiver with the student. The I-9 form should be completed online via MyCWU if possible. This allows us to review and correct the forms if necessary while the student is still in your office. You must then send us the original I-9 form and PERS waiver via interoffice mail to mailstop 7425. Earn Code Identifies the category of Student Employee earnings in the payroll system. Click here for a listing. Pay Period Time frame defining the days covered by each pay check.

CWU has two Pay Periods per month: 1st - 15th (paid on the 25th) and 16th - the end of the month (paid on the 10th of the following month). See the payroll schedule and click on the current Calendar on the left menu for details. The speedkey number is an 10 digit number. Time and Attendance for Student Employees: Please refer to the Time and Attendance Guides at this link:. Reasonable accommodation must be made to employees, provided such accommodation does not create undue hardship on the conduct of the University's function. Contact Disability Services for guidance in determining reasonable accommodations for students with a disability. Employers must keep the completed form on file. It must be renewed annually. When school is not in session, a school signature is not required. You must keep proof of age on file. Examples include a copy of a birth certificate or driver's license, or a witnessed statement of the parent or legal guardian. You must keep information such as employee name, address, occupation, dates of employment, rate(s) of pay, amount paid each pay period and the hours worked. These records must be available to the employee on request at any reasonable time. Click here for an easy tutorial which will help you determine the maximum number of hours per week the student can work and does the work of interpreting the regulations for you. If your job offer in Recruiting Solutions or the upload spreadsheet (for rehires) is turned in late, it will delay the student's first pay check by one pay date. (NOTE: Employers must notify students of this delay at the time of hire so they can plan their finances accordingly.) Employers are responsible for knowing and correctly stating all information requested on the upload spreadsheet. Incomplete or inaccurate forms are returned to supervisors. This will delay when the student can be placed on the payroll.