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Grad Students - Changes to EmpCenter
Grad students will begin using EmpCenter with the March 16th payroll. See the What's New page for details about the changes to EmpCenter.
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A: Yes, you must submit your timesheet at the end of the pay period even if you did not take any exception time during the Find Out More
A: You will need to change the holiday from the observed day (the default day the holiday will display in EmpCenter) to Find Out More
A: Yes it does. In addition to Workforce's EmpCenter, OSU also purchased the Absence Compliance Tracker (ACT). Find Out More
A: For most employees, labor distribution changes are not completed in EmpCenter. For those employees, changes will Find Out More
A: Supervisors can view exceptions on employee timesheets when editing employee time, approving timesheets, or by running Find Out More
A: Please note schedules are not required for any employee. EmpCenter has a rudimentary scheduling component that Find Out More
A: Once you have assigned a permanent schedule template to your employee, they remain on the schedule until you change or Find Out More
A: If you have only one job, or “assignment”, you will be directed to the Web Clock without any extra steps. If you Find Out More