Students Staff
University of Essex

March 5, 2018

HR Organiser and People Manager are changing

Filed under: Advice & Support — Tags: , , — Mohammed Alam @ 2:20 pm

The current HR Organiser and People Manager are undergoing some changes to improve the user experience and implement some additional features. From 6 March 2018 the new look and feel will be in place. You don’t need to do anything; the changes will be there when you next log in.

HR Organiser:

What’s new?

–       New look and feel

–       You can now view your grade, scale point and salary under the employment tab

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Hints and Tips

–       Moving home? You can change your address or add a secondary address

–       Keep an eye out for news, updates and tips on the home page

–       Did you know you can log into HR Organiser from your smart phone?

 

People Manager

What’s new?

–       New look and feel, fewer clicks to navigate

–       Can view an absence/leave calendar for your whole team (click on the “out of office today” box on your homepage)

–       Can see details of maternity/paternity and adoption leave

–       Easier to approve timesheets directly

–       A new summary page where you can see all your employees’ information in one place, including their annual leave balance and sickness history

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Did you know?

– You can redirect your approvals when on leave by selecting “redirect your tasks” on the homepage

– You can check probation and fixed-term end dates under the personal information tab on each employee’s information page

 

If you have any queries please email hrorg@essex.ac.uk who will be able to assist you. If you have any queries on the information held within HR Organiser or People Manager please contact staffing@essex.ac.uk/



July 20, 2016

Organisation Structure

Filed under: Developing Excellence,People Management — Tags: , , , , , — Seryan Mustafa @ 10:13 am

What is ‘organisation structure’?

The organisation structure is the backbone of our University. It gives details of the departments and jobs in which people work, and their relationship to each other.

A clearly mapped structure allows the University to highlight vacant positions and those to which we are recruiting; this helps us to understand how changing certain jobs can impact other people and their jobs. It also enables the University to estimate financial staffing costs both now and in the future.

A clear and well planned organisation structure helps us create a robust plan for a successful future.

 

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