Changes to help ASU better manage human resources

<p>ASU&#39;s Office of Human Resources continues to move forward with its OASIS (Online Administrative and Student Information System) Human Capital Management (HCM) system.</p><separator></separator><p>On July 2, all four ASU campuses will implement a universal version of the PeopleSoft OASIS HCM System, which will streamline the administrative functions associated with human resources, including the business operations, staff hiring, employee and manager self-service, payroll, and time, labor and benefits management.</p><separator></separator><p>The HCM system, which replaces the university&#39;s legacy Human Resources Management System, represents the integration of several systems that will manage all aspects of human resources activities, including:</p><separator></separator><p>• Tracking timekeeping electronically.</p><separator></separator><p>• Electronic pay stubs will replace paper statements</p><separator></separator><p>• Capturing and recording all biographic data for individuals, such as names and addresses.</p><separator></separator><p>• Tracking tenure, academic titles and service dates.</p><separator></separator><p>• Managing positions.</p><separator></separator><p>• Tracking health care enrollments, retirement, leave plans and paid time off.</p><separator></separator><p>• Processing the university&#39;s payroll.</p><separator></separator><p>• Tracking employees&#39; tax records, deductions and direct-deposit information.</p><separator></separator><p>• Digitizing paper-based processes, such as the personnel action form (PAF).</p><separator></separator><p>• Electronic pay stubs will replace paper statements.</p><separator></separator><p>• Supporting a more robust reporting environment.</p><separator></separator><p>The two most significant HCM system changes include the change to a biweekly payroll system and a conversion to a “positive punch time recording” system for all non-exempt employees. After that date, employees will be paid over 26 paychecks, versus the 24-paycheck system currently in place.</p><separator></separator><p>Also, all non-exempt employees will be required to record their time in and out of the workplace via an online, OASIS-supplied “Web Clock.”</p><separator></separator><p>Employee self-service is another new addition. Employees will be able to view checks and advices online, make changes to W-4 forms, request direct deposit and make changes to personal data.</p><separator></separator><p>The move will allow ASU to maximize the capabilities of the PeopleSoft OASIS Human Capital Management (HCM) system and enhance the university community with “best practices” human resources services.</p><separator></separator><p>As the New American University continues to grow, the new HCM system also will grow by adding business process improvements and self-service tools, says Christine Cervantes, senior director of the Office of Human Resources.</p><separator></separator><p>More details about these changes can be found at the Office of Human Resources&#39; Web site <a href=""></a>.</p&gt;