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Transcripts - MSS 001-005

 

 

MS001.02: How Do I Submit a Reporting Change Request?

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Welcome to this video on submitting a reporting change request for one of your employees.

In Manager Self Service, you can initiate a request to have the "reports to" supervisor be changed for one of your employees. Please remember, this is just initiating a request, not making a permanent change directly in the application.

Before you get started, it is helpful to have the Position Number of the new reports to supervisor before you get started with your request.

From Manager Self Service in OneUSG connect, select the My Team tile.

Locate the employee you want to request the reporting change for.

Click their action button, which is this green button next to their name.

Click Job and Personal Information.

And then, click Submit Reporting Change Request.

First, you will need to enter or select the transaction date. The date that you select should be the first date of a future pay cycle. For this example, we are going to enter 12/18/17.

Now we can look up the new Reports To supervisor. We'll click the look up icon.

And we'll input the position number here.

If you are unsure of the position number, use the other fields to look for the new supervisor.

After entering your search criteria, click the Search button.

And select the new supervisor.

So now we see the new information for this employee, as well as the old information.

To proceed, we'll click Next.

Here we'll enter comments explaining our request.

And finally, we can click Submit.

This page details the pending request along with the next approver in the chain.

And that is how you can submit a request in OneUSG Connect to change the Reports To supervisor for one of your employees.

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MS001.03: How Do I Approve or Deny a Submitted Transaction Request?

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Welcome to this video on approving or denying a submitted transaction.

If a transaction is routed to you for approval, there are multiple ways that you can approve or deny the transaction. Through the email link you receive, through the notifications flag, through the approvals tile, or through Review Transactions tile. In this video, we are going to walk you through using the Review Transactions tile.

From Manager Self Service in OneUSG connect, select the Review Transactions tile.

In the Approval Status drop down, make sure Pending my review is selected.

To see all transactions, click in the Approval Process field and clear everything by clicking the X.

Then, we can refresh the page.

And here are all of the transactions awaiting our approval.

Let's first select this one for a reporting change approval. Select the transaction to review by clicking the Approve/Deny link.

Review the information on the request.

We can enter our comments in the Approver Comments field.

And then we can click Approve.

You can add comments on the Approve pop-up box as well. Finally, click Submit.

And let's go back to review transactions.

Now, we can easily use the Review Transactions page to see transactions we have actually approved.

For Approval Status, this time we'll select I have approved.

And we'll clear the Approval Process field again and click Refresh.

And here's our Reporting Change Approval. We'll click View Details to see the information since it is still pending.

Below is the approval chain for this request. Notice that still has additional approval steps to go through. Please note that the workflow approval configuration may be different at your institution.

Let's go back to the transactions page.

This time, we'll pull up additional transactions we have to approve.

Let's look at this request for a transfer.

Again, review the information on the request.

Notice that some things, such as salary detail need to be expanded.

When finished reviewing the information, close the box.

Now, we can enter our comments. For this example, we are going to deny this request because we need to wait a few months before we can make it official.

To deny a transaction, we'll click Deny.

And we'll leave our comments and click Submit.

Let's go back and see what a denied transaction looks like.

For Approval Status, we'll choose I have denied.

And we'll clear the process field and click Refresh.

Here, we can see that the transaction has been denied.

Towards the bottom, we can see where we denied the transaction. And we can see that all other approval steps have been terminated.

And that is how you can approve or deny a submitted transaction request in OneUSG Connect.

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MS001.05: How Do I Submit a Retirement Request?

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Welcome to this video on submitting a retirement request for one of your employees.

When one of your employees you informs you that they are ready to retire and have a retirement date, you can use Manager Self Service in OneUSG Connect to initiate a request to begin retirement procedures for that employee. Please remember, you are just initiating the request, not making a permanent change directly in the application.

From Manager Self Service in OneUSG connect, select the My Team tile.

Locate the employee you want to request retirement for.

Click their action button, which is this green button next to their name.

Click Job and Personal Information.

And then, click Submit Retirement Request.

Here, make sure that the person you selected is listed on the Submit Retirement Request page.

Then, you need to enter or select the requested retirement date. This date is the first date of retirement for the employee. For this example, we'll select 1/1/2018.

For reason, we'll indicate this is a normal retirement.

Here we'll enter comments explaining our request.

And finally, we can click Submit.

This page details the pending request along with the next approver in the chain.

And that is how you can submit a retirement request in OneUSG Connect for one of your employees.

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MS001.08: How Do I Submit a Termination Request?

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Welcome to this video on submitting a termination request for one of your employees.

If you need to terminate an employee due to either voluntary or involuntary reasons, you can initiate that request within OneUSG Connect's Manager Self Service. Please remember, you are just initiating the request, not making a permanent change directly in the application.

From Manager Self Service in OneUSG connect, select the My Team tile.

Locate the employee you want to request termination for.

Click their action button, which is this green button next to their name.

Click Job and Personal Information.

And then, click Submit Termination Request.

Here, make sure that the person you selected is listed on the Submit Termination Request page.

Then, you need to enter or select the requested termination date. This date is the first day the employee is no longer employed at the institution. For our example, this is 12/6/17.

Then, we can select the reason.

Notice that this drop down has a variety of reasons. You will select the one appropriate to your situation. For our example, this is a voluntary termination by the employee so we'll select Resignation.

Here we'll enter comments explaining our request.

And finally, we can click Submit.

This page details the pending request along with the next approver in the chain.

And that is how you can submit a termination request in OneUSG Connect for one of your employees.

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MS001.10: How Do I View the Status of a Submitted Transactions Request?

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Welcome to this video on viewing the status of a transaction request you submitted.

When you submit a transaction request for an employee, you can then view the status of that request in Manager Self Service, within OneUSG Connect.

Through the Review Transactions tile, you can view transactions awaiting your review, ones that you have approved or denied, or ones that you have submitted, which is what this video shows you.

You can then see where a transaction resides in the workflow approval chain.

From Manager Self Service in OneUSG connect, select the Review Transactions tile.

In the Approval Status drop down, change the selection to I have submitted.

To see all transaction types, click in the Approval Process field and clear everything by clicking the X.

Then, we can refresh the page.

And here are all of the transactions that we have submitted.

Anything that is listed as pending is still in the approval chain. Let's look at this reporting change request that we submitted.

To review a transaction, we just need to click the view Details link.

Here we can see the transaction request we submitted.

Towards the bottom, we can see where it is in the approval process.

Please note that the workflow approval configuration may be different at your institution.

If an approver has inputted comments, the comments bubble icon will have dots in it. Click it to view the comments or expand the comments section below.

Let's go back to the transactions page.

And we'll pull up transactions we have submitted.

Let's look at this one that has been denied.

Here we can see that Dwight denied this request.

When a transaction has been fully approved or denied, you will be notified via an alert. A number will appear at your notifications flag quickly informing you of an action.

And that is how you can review the status of a transaction request that you submitted in OneUSG Connect.

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MS001.13: How Do I Submit an Ad Hoc Salary Change Request?

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Welcome to this video on submitting a request for an ad hoc salary change for one of your employees.

If you want to request an ad hoc salary change for one of your employees due to a temporary or interim assignment or other valid reason, you can initiate that request within OneUSG Connect's Manager Self Service. Please remember, you are just initiating this ad hoc salary change request, not making a permanent change directly in the application.

From Manager Self Service in OneUSG connect, select the My Team tile.

Locate the employee you want to request the ad hoc salary change for.

Click their action button, which is this green button next to their name.

Click Compensation.

And then, click Submit Ad Hoc Salary Change.

Here, make sure that the person you selected is listed on the Submit Ad Hoc Salary Change Request page.

Next, we need to update the transaction date. This date should be the first day of a future pay period. We'll select 12/17/17.

Next, we can select the reason. For this example, Pam is taking on an additional temporary responsibility, so we'll select begin temporary appointment.

And you can update either the change percent or change amount. We are requesting a 10% increase for this situation. After entering either the change percent or the change amount, we can press enter to update the New Salary Amount.

Here we'll enter comments explaining our request.

And finally, we can click Submit.

This page details the pending request along with the next approver in the chain.

And that is how you can submit an ad hoc salary change request in OneUSG Connect for one of your employees.

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MS001.14: How Do I Submit a Supplemental Pay Request?

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Welcome to this video on submitting a request for supplemental pay for one of your employees.

If you want to request supplemental pay for one of your employees due to a temporary assignment or allowance of some sort, you can initiate that request within OneUSG Connect's Manager Self Service. Please remember, you are just initiating this supplemental pay request, not making a permanent change directly in the application.

From Manager Self Service in OneUSG connect, select the My Team tile.

Locate the employee you want to request the supplemental pay for.

Click their action button, which is this green button next to their name.

Click Compensation.

And then, click Submit Supplemental Pay Request.

Here, make sure that the person you selected is listed on the Request Supplemental Pay page.

Next, we need to update the effective date of this transaction. This date should be the first day of a future pay period. We'll select 12/17/17.

Then we need to enter the end date of this supplemental pay request. This should be the last day of a future pay period. We'll select 5/19/17.

Now, we need to select the supplemental pay type.

Notice that there are five different choices. What you select as the pay type will drive what you can select in the next field, which is supplement pay code. Notice that you can select from different allowances, a one-time payment, and short term pay for faculty, staff and students.

For our example, we are choosing Short Term Payment Staff.

And for the supplemental pay code, we need to select temporary assignment.

For amount, we'll enter $100.

And finally we need to enter the combination code. If you are unsure of which combo code to select, contact your Payroll Department for guidance.

We'll click the look up icon.

And we'll expand the search criteria.

For description, we'll enter library and click Search.

And we see our library operations combo code here, so we'll select it.

Finally, we need to enter comments supporting the supplemental pay request.

If you have supporting documentation for this request, click the Add Attachment button.

Select My Device, search for and select your document. For our example, we'll just close this box.

And finally, we can click Submit.

This page details the pending request along with the next approver in the chain.

And that is how you can submit a supplemental pay request in OneUSG Connect for one of your employees.

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MS001.20: How Do I Submit a Transfer Request?

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Welcome to this video on submitting a request to transfer one of your employees.

If you wish to request that an employee be transferred to another work unit, you can initiate that request within OneUSG Connect's Manager Self Service. Please remember, you are just initiating this transfer request. You are not making a permanent changes for the employee.

From Manager Self Service in OneUSG connect, select the My Team tile.

Locate the employee you want to request the transfer for.

Click their action button, which is this green button next to their name.

Click Job and Personal Information.

And then, click Submit Transfer Request.

Here, make sure that the person you selected is listed on this Questionnaire page.

The answers you select here will drive the other choices on the next page.

If the employee will be changing work locations, such as going to a different campus, select Yes.

If the employee's supervisor will change, select yes.

And select yes if you are requesting a change to this employee's salary information.

First, we need to enter or select the transaction date. We'll choose 12/17/17.

For the reason, you would select either Inter-Institutional Transfer or Reorganization. The other selections are used by Shared Services Center.

Next, we need to select the new position title. It's easiest if you know the exact position number this employee will be transferring into.

We'll enter 10026279.

If you indicated that the employee's salary information will be changed, then you will be taken to the compensation detail page. We'll enter 10% as the change. We'll hit enter to update the new amount.

Finally, we can enter comments supporting the transfer request.

Then, we can click Submit.

This page details the pending request along with the next approver in the chain.

And that is how you can submit a transfer request in OneUSG Connect for one of your employees.

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MS001.21: How Do I Submit a Promotion Request?

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Welcome to this video on submitting a request to promote one of your employees.

If you wish to request that an employee be promoted, you can initiate that request within OneUSG Connect's Manager Self Service. Please remember, you are just initiating this promotion request. You are not making a permanent changes for the employee.

From Manager Self Service in OneUSG connect, select the My Team tile.

Locate the employee you want to request the promotion for.

Click their action button, which is this green button next to their name.

Click Job and Personal Information.

And then, click Submit Promotion Request.

Here, make sure that the person you selected is listed on this Questionnaire page.

The answers you select here will drive the other choices on the next page.

If the employee will be changing work locations, such as going to a different campus, select Yes.

If the employee's supervisor will change, select yes.

And select yes if you are requesting a change to this employee's salary information.

First, we need to enter or select the transaction date. This needs to be the first day in a future pay period. We'll choose 12/17/17.

For the reason, we are selecting Job Reclassification.

Next, we need to select the new position title. It's easiest if you know the exact position number this employee will be promoted to. We'll expand the Search Criteria. We'll enter our position number for this example and click Search.
Here is our position, so we'll select it.

Let's proceed to compensation details.

If you indicated that the employee's salary information will be changed, then you will be taken to the compensation detail page. We'll enter 10% as the change. We'll hit enter to update the new amount.

Finally, we can enter comments supporting the promotion request.

Then, we can click Submit.

This page details the pending request along with the next approver in the chain.

And that is how you can submit a promotion request in OneUSG Connect for one of your employees.

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MS001.22: How Do I Submit a Location Change Request?

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Welcome to this video on submitting a request to change an employee's location.

In Manager Self Service, you can initiate a request to change an employee's location. This is only applicable to institutions that have more than one location, such as multiple campuses. Please remember, you are just initiating this request to change locations for the employee, not making a permanent change directly in the application.

From Manager Self Service in OneUSG connect, select the My Team tile.

Locate the employee you want to request the change in location for.

Click their action button, which is this green button next to their name.

Click Job and Personal Information.

And then, click Submit Location Change Request.

For the Transaction Date, we'll select 12/1/17.

Then, we can click the look up icon for Location.

Notice that only locations for your set id are listed. Locate the appropriate location and click it.

Enter comments supporting your request.

And finally, we can click Submit.

This page details the pending request along with the next approver in the chain.

And that is how you can submit a request to change an employee's location in OneUSG Connect.

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MS001.23: How Do I Submit a Demotion Request?

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Welcome to this video on submitting a request to demote an employee.

In Manager Self Service, you can initiate a request for an employee demotion. Please remember, you are just initiating this request to demote an employee, not making a permanent change directly in the application.

From Manager Self Service in OneUSG connect, select the My Team tile.

Locate the employee you want to request the demotion for.

Click their action button, which is this green button next to their name.

Click Job and Personal Information.

And then, click Submit Demotion Request.

Ensure that the employee you are requesting demotion for is listed at the top of the page.

Answer the questions to indicate if the demotion will also come with a change in work location, supervisor and salary.

Next, update the transaction Date, we'll select 12/1/17. This needs to be the first day of an upcoming pay period.

For reason, select either Involuntary or Voluntary.

You will need to know the new position number that you are demoting the employee to. Click the look up icon and search for position 10008449.

Now, update the salary information. If you are indicating a reduction in salary, simply put a negative sign before the number. For this example, we'll input -10%.

Now we can enter comments supporting the request.

And finally, we can click Submit.

This page details the pending request along with the next approver in the chain.

And that is how you can submit a request to demote an employee in OneUSG Connect.

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MS001.25: How Do I Submit a Security Request?

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Welcome to this video on submitting a security request for one of your employees.

If you wish to request additional security be granted to one of your employees for access OneUSG Connect, you can initiate this request from Manager Self Service. Please remember, you are just initiating this security request. You are not making any permanent changes for the employee. Before you begin, you will need the new security roles, query access, and supporting documentation your institution may require.

From Manager Self Service in OneUSG connect, select the My Team tile.

Locate the employee you want to request the security for.

Click their action button, which is this green button next to their name.

Click Forms.

And then, click Submit Security Request.

Here, make sure that the person you selected is listed on this Security Request page.

First, we'll enter the effective date of this security request. For our example, we'll enter 1/1/18.

Next, we can enter the reason we are requesting additional security. Keep in mind that this field is limited to 30 characters. (Jan needs to monitor absence & tl).

For new security roles, we can use the look up icon.

For the first role, we are going to select BOR ABS Inquiry.

Then, to add additional roles, click the Add a Row icon.

Again, we'll use the look up icon and select BOR TL inquiry this time.

If you are also requesting this person be granted query access, indicate the level you are requesting. For Jan, we are only requesting review.

If you wish the employee to be able to query sensitive data, make this a yes.

And if you are requesting the employee have access to personal identifying information, make this a yes.

If you wish the employee be granted Correction mode, make this a yes.

We are not requesting that Jan have access to be able to query sensitive data, see personal identifying information, be granted correction mode, be made a security administrator or be made a workflow administrator. So we'll leave all of those set to no.

We are going to set the HR business unit for this employee to 39000.

And we are only questing that Jan see Library Operations so we'll select that for the From Department, as well as the To Department.

Finally, we can enter comments supporting the security request.

And if you have any supporting paperwork to accompany this request, click Add Attachment button.

Click My Device.

Then find your document and select it. And click Upload. And then Done.

And your documentation is now attached to this request.

Then, we can click Submit.

This page details the pending request along with the next approver in the chain.

And that is how you can submit a security request in OneUSG Connect for one of your employees.

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MS001.30: How Do I Send a Notification to an Employee from MSS?

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Welcome to this video on sending a notification to one of your employees.

In OneUSG Connect, you can send an employee a notification or email directly from Manager Self Service.

From Manager Self Service in OneUSG connect, select the My Team tile.

Locate the employee you want to send a notification to.

Click their action button, which is this green button next to their name.

Click Notify Employee.

In the Notify Employee box, select whether you want to notify the employee with an alert or an email, or both. If notifying via an alert, the employee will see their notifications flag enabled when they log into OneUSG Connect.

If you wish to send an email, you can indicate if you wish to cc or bcc someone. For this example, we'll just notify via an alert.

Leave the category as HR Notification.

You can select to send a notification to multiple employees if you wish.

Then, enter a subject.

And the message you want to send.

If you want to add attachments, click the Add Attachment button and following the instructions.

When ready, click the Send button.

Click Yes to confirm.

And click OK to the confirmation message.

Now, let's go and see what the employee we just sent the notification alert to sees.

We are now logged in as the employee. And we can see that their flag icon has a number 1. That indicates there is one notification.

We can click the flag icon to open the Actions and Alerts box.

If we select Alert, we can see the alert that the manager sent to this employee.

And that is how you can send notifications to employees from Manager Self Service in OneUSG Connect.

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MS002.01: How Do I Submit a Request to Add Position and Funding?

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Welcome to this video on submitting a request to add a position and funding for one of your employees.

If you want to request to add a new position and funding, you can initiate that request within OneUSG Connect's Manager Self Service. Please remember, you are just initiating this additional position and funding request, not making a permanent change for the employee.

From Manager Self Service in OneUSG connect, select the My Team tile.

Locate the employee you want to request the position and funding for.

Click their action button, which is this green button next to their name.

Click Position and Funding.

And then, click Submit Request to Add Position and Funding.

Here, make sure that the person you selected is listed on the Request Add Position and Funding page.

Next, we need to update the effective date of this transaction. This date should be the first day of a future pay period.

We'll select 12/17/17.

Next, we need to enter the job code for this position.

We'll begin entering the job code for this example, and select the appropriate new job code for this position.

Once we tab out of the job code field, many of the fields will fill in.

We'll leave official title and full time, but we'll complete this field for a regular position.

Then, we need to enter work location information.

For department, we'll enter the beginning digits of the department ID,

And select our department from the list.

Once we tab out, the location field should fill in.

We'll leave Reports To blank, since Derek will continue to report to us.

It's optional to complete Salary plan and salary grade. These settings are often unused, so we'll leave them blank. 

Some institutions use the Budget Amount field. This also is optional.

We do need to indicate how the position is to be funded. You can add multiple funding codes and allocate a percentage for each one.

For this example, we will enter the beginning portion of the combo code and select the appropriate entry in the list. If you are unsure of what combination codes to select, check with your payroll department.

This position's funding will be split 50-50 between this first combo code and the second one.

We'll enter the beginning portion again, and click the appropriate entry in the list.

Tab out of the field to see the description.

And we'll enter 50 percent here as well.

Now, we can proceed.

Finally, we need to enter comments supporting the additional position and funding request.

If you have supporting documentation for this request, click the Add Attachment button.

Select My Device, search for and select your document.

Click Upload, and then click Done.

And finally, we can click Submit.

This page details the pending request along with the next approver in the chain.

And that is how you can submit request to add a position and funding in OneUSG Connect for one of your employees.

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MS002.02: How Do I Submit a Request to Change Position and Funding?

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Welcome to this video on submitting a request to change position and funding for one of your employees.

If you want to request that position and funding be changed for one of your employees, you can initiate that request within OneUSG Connect's Manager Self Service. Please remember, you are just initiating this changed position request, not making a permanent change for the employee.

From Manager Self Service in OneUSG connect, select the My Team tile.

Locate the employee you want to request to change position and funding for.

Click their action button, which is this green button next to their name.

Click Position and Funding.

And then, click Submit Request to Change Position and Funding.

Here, make sure that the person you selected is listed on the Request to Change Position and Funding page.

Next, we need to update the effective date of this transaction. This date should be the first day of a future pay period. We'll select 1/1/18.

Indicate the reason for the change in position and funding. For this example, we'll enter Change in Job Responsibilities.

Notice on the page, all of this employee's current information appears. The current information will remain on the right, while the requested changes are made on the left.

For this example, we are changing the position from a manager position to a director position. So we'll start entering a new job code and select from the list (300X01).

When we tab out, other fields update.

Notice that fields with an orange circle require a value. So we'll select this drop down and choose Regular.

For this position, we're not changing department, location or reports to. If you do have updates, simply click the look up icon for the appropriate field and select the new value.

Next, you can indicate whether you want all incumbents of this position number to be updated. All current incumbents are listed below. And this is often just the one employee you are requesting the change for. If multiple individuals are listed here, select Yes to request to update all employees or No to just request the update be made for the current employee.

Now, we can update funding information.

We're going to leave Training, but make it 75%.

The second funding code is 987110000140 for 25%.

Here, enter comments supporting the changed position and funding request.

If you have supporting documentation, click the Add Attachment button.

Click My Device and search for and select the file.

Click Upload and then click Done.

And finally, click Submit.

This page details the pending request along with the next approver in the chain.

And that is how you can submit a request to change a position and funding in OneUSG Connect for one of your employees.

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MS002.03: How Do I Submit a Request to Inactivate a Position?

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Welcome to this video on submitting a request inactivate a position.

If you want to request that position be inactivated, you can initiate that request within OneUSG Connect's Manager Self Service. Please remember, you are just initiating this inactivate position request, not making a permanent change for the employee.

From Manager Self Service in OneUSG connect, select the My Team tile.

Locate the employee you want to request to inactivate the position and funding for.

Click their action button, which is this green button next to their name.

Click Position and Funding.

And then, click Submit Request to Inactivate Position.

Next, we need to update the effective date of this transaction. We'll select the current date.

Notice that there are current active incumbents in this position. This procedure is most often done on vacant positions that you no longer want to fill.

Here, enter comments supporting the inactivate position request.

If you have supporting documentation, click the Add Attachment button and follow the directions to upload files.

And finally, click Submit.

This page details the pending request along with the next approver in the chain.

And that is how you can submit a request to inactivate a position in OneUSG Connect.

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MS005.01: How Do I See Basic Information About My Team?

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Welcome to this video on viewing basic team information.

Within Manager Self Service, you can access and view basic information about your direct employees and perform certain actions for those employees.

After launching OneUSG Connect, go to Manager Self Service.

From Manager Self Service, select the My Team tile.

The My Team page provides a list of your direct reports. The Summary information includes the employee's job title, department and location, and contact information.

If one of your direct reports has direct reports of their own, that will also be listed. Click the link to see basic team information for those indirect reports. You can return to your direct reports through the breadcrumbs.

Now, let's take a look at the Compensation page.

The Compensation page provides the employees' current salary and other compensation details.

And finally, there is a leave balances selection.

The Leave Balances page provides a summary of each employee's leave balances.

You can view additional leave balance details for an employee by selecting the View Details link.

And we'll return to the Summary page.

If you wish to see your employees in a tiled format instead of list format, select the business card icon.

This page provides a business card type summary for each employee. If you click on the bottom right corner of a business card, you can see additional information about that employee.

If you need to perform a job related action for an employee, select that employee's green menu button.

A list of Action links is then displayed. To navigate to one of the action areas, just click it.

To close the menu, just click the close button.

And that is how you can review basic information about your team within OneUSG Connect.

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MS005.06: How Do I Review Compensation History for My Employees?

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Welcome to this video on reviewing compensation history for your team.

Through Manager Self Service, you can quickly view the compensation history of your team members.

After launching OneUSG Connect, go to Manager Self Service.

Click the My Team tile on the Manager Self Service page.

Locate the employee that you wish to view the compensation history for and select that employee's action button, which is the green drop down arrow next to their name.

From the action menu, select Compensation.

And then click View Compensation History.

On the Compensation History page, all changes in compensation history for this employee will be listed here.

To see the details of a compensation change, click the Date of Change.

The Salary Change Details indicate the date of change, annual salary, previous annual salary, if different, and the change amount and percent if applicable.

Click Return to go back to Compensation History.

To choose another employee, select the My Team back button.

And repeat those steps for another employee you wish to view the compensation history for.

Return to Manager Self Service by using its back button.

And that is how you can review the compensation histories for your employees within OneUSG Connect.

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MS005.08: How Do I Review My Team's Current Talent Profiles?

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Welcome to this video on reviewing your employees' current talent profiles.

In OneUSG Connect, all employees have the ability to record degrees, licenses, certifications, language skills and honors and awards through Employee Self Service. These additions are recorded to their Talent Profile. As a manager, you have the ability to review your employees' talent profiles. And there are two ways to get there: one through the employee's action button, and the other through Talent: Degrees and Certifications tile.

After launching OneUSG Connect, proceed to Manager Self Service.

Then, select the Talent - Degrees and Certifications tile.

Here, to see an employee's talent profile, choose their Select button.

Let's go back to Manager Self service.

We can also see their current profiles by selecting the My Team tile.

Locate the employee you wish to view and click their action button.

Select Development.

And click View Current Team Profiles.

The employee's current profile appears. If this employee has added any degrees, licenses, certifications, language skills
or honors and awards, they would be listed here.

And that is how you can review the current talent profiles for your employees in OneUSG Connect.

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MS005.09: How Do I Add Something to the Talent Profile for One of My Employees?

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Welcome to this video on adding something to your employee's talent profile.

In OneUSG Connect, all employees have the ability to record degrees, licenses, certifications, language skills, and honors and awards within Employee Self Service. As a manager, you are able to review what information your team members have added to their talent profile. You also have the ability to edit and add something to their profile.

After launching OneUSG Connect, go to Manager Self Service.

Then select the Talent: Degrees and Certifications tile.

Select the employee you wish to add a profile item to (0295614).

You can add any profile item. Simply complete the fields. For this example, we are going to add an award for this employee so we'll click the Add New Honors and Awards link.

We'll leave the current date as the effective date.

Then, we can select the look up icon for Honor or Award.

The item you wish to add must be in this look up list. You are unable to enter free text into the field. If you do not see the item you wish to add, you can cancel out of this and submit a request to Shared Services Center to have the item added to the look up list.

Our example of the Customer Service Excellence is listed, so we'll select it.

And then, we can include who granted this award. In this case, it was the Governor's Office.

Then, click OK.

Follow similar steps when adding other profile items for your employee. When finished adding all items, click the Save button.

And that is how you can add items to your employees' talent profiles in OneUSG Connect.

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MS005.12: How Do I See My Team's Historical Talent Profiles?

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Welcome to this video on reviewing your team's historical talent profiles.

In OneUSG Connect, all employees have the ability to record degrees, licenses, certifications, language skills and honors and awards through Employee Self Service. These additions are recorded to their Talent Profile. As a manager, you have the ability to review your employees' talent profiles. And there are two ways to get there: one through the employee's action button, and the other through Talent: Degrees and Certifications tile.

Once you are in Manager self service, to see historical talent profiles for your team, you can go to My Team.

And select the action button of the employee you wish to view.

Select Development.

And then choose View Team Historical Profiles.

You can also go back to Manager Self Service and select the Talent: Degrees and Certifications tile.

Here, update the As Of Date and then click Refresh Employees.

You will be able to see the talent profiles of anyone you supervised as of that date you entered. Keep in mind that the historical profiles are built from entries made in OneUSG Connect. So it may be a while before any historical profiles appear. We will need to be live on the application for some time before entries begin appearing.

And that is how you can review the historical talent profiles for your employees in OneUSG Connect.

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