HR Topics: Employee Reporting to a New Supervisor? Moved Work Location? Notify Human Resources

hr-topics-id-270wWith so many things fluctuating in the workplace, sometimes on a daily basis, it can be easy to overlook informing Organizational Development and Human Resources of important changes in your area. As you are focusing on your team and leading your employees through any change process, it is also important to take a moment to notify human resources about changes in employee reporting (to whom the employee reports) and/or work location (where the employee works).

Although there may not be a change in position, a change in supervisor and/or work location can impact multiple processes and important information including, but not limited to: slice

  • The Request & Manage My Leave process
  • The Web time Entry process
  • The Check-In
  • In some cases the budget from which the employee is paid
  • The employee’s mail code and phone number (This can be updated by the employee in Atlas.)

When changes in an employee’s supervisor and/or work location take place in your area, be sure to contact Jeff Nardo, manager, compensation, at or extension 8003 or Sabrina Latchman coordinator, Total Rewards & Workforce Planning, at or extension 8057, so the appropriate changes can be made in the College’s internal systems and the transition for your employee is as seamless as possible.

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