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Title: Florida International University HR Liaison Hands-on Workshop


1
Florida International University HR Liaison
Hands-on Workshop June 30 July 1, 2008
2
Morning Agenda
3
Intro for HR Liaisons
  • Division of Human Resources Overview
  • Payroll Implementation Overview
  • Enterprise Version 4 (EV4) Application Training
  • Hands-on Workshop
  • Forms Update

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Division of Human Resources Overview
  • Compensation
  • Workforce Recruitment
  • Equal Opportunity Programs
  • Organization Development Learning
  • Employee Records / Payroll
  • Benefits Administration
  • Employee Labor Relations
  • Human Resources Service Center

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Payroll Implementation Overview
  • Understanding
  • Paygroups
  • Departments (Org. Code)
  • Position Numbers and Job Codes
  • Pay Plans
  • Benefit Programs
  • Compensation Frequency
  • Cost Centers ( Dept_ID and Project_ID)
  • IDs ( ADP Emplid, Panther ID, PeopleFirst ID)

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Enterprise Version 4 (EV4)
  • Application Navigation
  • Human Resources Module
  • Payroll Module
  • Automatic Labor Allocations (ALA)
  • Contract Module

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Hands-on Workshop
  • Distribute, Login and Validate EV4 User ID
  • Will use individual IDs to navigate the
    application
  • Activities throughout sessions to reinforce
    material
  • Will configure Favorites

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Florida International University Division of
Human Resources Overview
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What does the Division of Human Resources do?
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Lets find out what is in the box
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Division of Human Resources
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Division of Human Resources
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Florida International University Compensation
Info Session
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Meet the Compensation Team
  • Maria Mazorra, Director of Compensation
  • Maria Elena Rodriguez, Compensation Analyst
  • Reina Beades, HR Representative
  • Ana Pineda, HR Representative

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Compensation Intro for HR Liaisons
  • Procedure to Establish a New Position
  • Position Updates
  • Unfilled
  • Filled
  • Reclassifications
  • Unfilled
  • Filled
  • Approvals Process
  • Other Services Provided

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Procedure for Establishing New Positions
  • Send New Position Request Form (NPR) via
    Interoffice Mail with required signatures
  • Compensation will establish the position and
    create a new position number
  • Requesting Administrator will receive position
    number via interoffice mail
  • After receiving new position number, requesting
    administrator will create the position
    description in the Online Position module (i.e.
    PeopleAdmin)
  • Compensation will ensure position description is
    aligned with the job specifications and approve
    position description
  • Once the position description is approved in
    PeopleAdmin, a staffing email will generate
    advising Requesting Administrator that the
    position has been approved and may contact
    Workforce Recruitment for the posting
    instructions of the position
  • Requesting Administrator will receive via
    interoffice mail a Classification Action Memo
    stating the establishment of the new position

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Change in Titles (i.e. promotions, Demotions,
reassignments)
Additional Duties or change In Dept, FTE
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Unfilled Position Update Reclassifications
  • Log on to PeopleAdmin and update/reclassify
    position description
  • Compensation will ensure Position Description is
    aligned with job specifications and establish an
    effective date
  • Once the updated position description is approved
    in PeopleAdmin, a system generated email will be
    sent from Staffing E-mail advising the
    Requesting Administrator that the position has
    been approved

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Filled Position Update Reclassifications
  • Log on to PeopleAdmin and update/reclassify
    position description
  • Complete and submit Administrative/Staff Change
    Form to PC 226 Compensation Classification
  • Compensation Analyst will ensure Position
    Description is aligned with job specifications,
    review Administrative/Staff Change Form and
    establish an effective date
  • Once the updated position description is approved
    in PeopleAdmin, a system generated email will be
    sent from Staffing E-mail advising the
    Requesting Administrator that the position has
    been approved

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Required Approvals
Units should refer to respective unit/VP policy
Administrative
Academic Affairs
  • Administrative/Staff/Temporary
  • New positions/reclassifications
  • Increases 10
  • Lump sums
  • Administrative/Staff/Temporary
  • Updates/Reclassifications 10

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Approval Process
  • After all signatures acquired
  • The effective date must be at the beginning of
    the pay period
  • People Admin approved with same date
  • Information entered with same date in HR System

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Other Actions
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Common FLSA Violations
  • Misclassification of employees as exempt use as
    an attempt to avoid paying overtime
  • Improper payment for break time - any break of
    five to 20 minutes must be considered hours
    worked. Meal periods of more than 30 minutes not
    hours worked.
  • Training If training is during working hours,
    job-connected work is produced during training,
    training is considered a requirement for on-going
    employment, then the hours in training must be
    considered hours worked.
  • Compensatory time off - Best practice is to pay
    non-exempt employees overtime for all hours
    worked in excess of 40 the week they are worked.
    However, we (FIU as a Public Entity) can give
    accrual of comp time to non-exempt employees on a
    time and a half times for each hour worked in
    excess of 40 hours.

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Common FLSA Violations
  • Failure to pay for unauthorized hours worked- the
    fact that you told employees to leave their work
    station for lunch and not show up early and leave
    late will not reduce supervisors responsibility.
    If we allow the employee to work extra hours, we
    must pay the overtime.
  • Inaccurate records employees making changes,
    supervisors altering records, lost records,
    someone else recording time.

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Compensation Q A http//fiu.edu/hr/Compensation
/Home.html
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Division of Human Resources
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Florida International University Equal
Opportunity Programs and Workforce
Recruitment Info Session
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Meet the EOP Team
  • Bennie Osborne, Director
  • Nelson Perez, Assistant Director
  • Chloe Nixon, Office Manager
  • Marjorie Kelly, Program Assistant

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EOP Intro for HR Liaisons
  • Role in Recruitment Search and Screen Process
  • Underutilization
  • Applicant Pool Certification
  • On-line Approval Report
  • ADA Accommodations (New Hires)
  • Approval of Waiver Requests
  • Degree Waivers
  • Posting Waivers (Search Screen Guidelines)

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Meet the Workforce Recruitment Team
  • Carolyn Jackson, Interim Director
  • Ana Jimenez, HR Coordinator
  • Daniel Tapia, HR Coordinator
  • Kathie Alexander, HR Coordinator-BBC
  • Thamara Baquero, Sr. Recruiter
  • A.J. Artiles, Program Assistant

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Workforce Recruitment Forms Matrix
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Recruitment Intro for HR Liaisons
  • Recruitment of Administrative, Staff and
    Temporary Positions
  • Recruitment and processing of all Promotions,
    Reassignments
  • and Demotions
  • Coordination and processing of Background
    Fingerprint
  • Checks
  • Placement of all Advertisements for position
    vacancies
  • Coordination of all formal offers of employment
  • Approval of Moving Relocation Expense Requests

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JOBSLink - (PeopleAdmin Applicant Tracking
System)
  • Create and submit Job Announcement for approval
    using the
  • PeopleAdmin On-line system (JOBSLink)
  • Target Salary Range is established and discussed
    with hiring
  • department (Based on market internal salary
    data)
  • Job Announcement is approved and posted on
    JOBSLink
  • Advertisement of position is coordinated with
    Ana Jimenez (if
  • applicable)
  • ALL CHANGES TO POSITION DESCRIPTIONS SHOULD BE
    MADE PRIOR TO SUBMISSION OF JOB ANNOUNCEMENT FOR
    POSTING

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JOBSLink - (PeopleAdmin Applicant Tracking
System)
  • Recommended Posting Periods ( 1 week minimum
    required)

Positions can be re-opened upon request
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Procedure for Establishing New Positions
- Establishing Target Salary Range
  • Interdepartmental Hiring Guideline and how it
    impacts the ranges set within.
  • This to consider when establishing range
  • Internal Salary Comparison What are other
    employees that are within this classification
    making within the University? Within my
    College/School/Department?
  • Market Salary Data Gives us an idea of what
    competitors may be paying for the same functions
  • First Focus should be on the function itself
    and Its worth
  • Different/Unique org structure or job
    responsibilities

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Recruitment Actions
  • New Hires
  • Notify Responsible Recruiter
  • Conduct necessary Background/Referencing
  • Discuss Salary Administration
  • Select appropriate effective date
  • Reassignments (Intradepartmental)
  • Notify Responsible Recruiter
  • Discuss Salary Administration
  • Select appropriate effective date

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Recruitment Actions
  • Promotions (Intradepartmental)
  • Notify Responsible Recruiter
  • Discuss Salary Administration
  • Select appropriate effective date
  • Demotions
  • Notify Director or Responsible Recruiter
  • Discuss salary administration
  • Prepare demotion statement
  • Select appropriate effective date

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Definitions (Appointments)
  • Regular - Employees appointed to fill a position
    on a full-time or part-time basis
  • Interim - Employees appointed to fill a position
    on a full-time or part-time basis
  • which is not expected to be available for more
    than a limited period of time. An
  • Interim Appointment should not be provided for
    more than two consecutive years,
  • Unless approved by the Division of Human
    Resources
  • Grant-Funded (Time-Limited) - Employees appointed
    to a position identified in,
  • and funded by a contract or grant for a specified
    period, but not funded from indirect
  • costs associated with a contract or grant.
    Appointments shall be limited to the
  • duration of the grant

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Definitions (Appointments)
  • Student Workers Individuals enrolled in an
    accredited secondary or post-
  • secondary program at 9 credits or more. Included
    in this category are
  • High School Students
  • College Work Study Program
  • Undergraduate Students
  • Graduate Teaching Assistants
  • Graduate Students
  • Graduate Research Assistants
  • Doctoral Students
  • Temporary - Employees hired for the purpose of
    providing support during peak load
  • periods and/or accomplishing tasks and projects
    that are short-term and/or sporadic
  • in nature with an assignment ending date

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Recruitment Policies Guidelines
  • Advertising- All employment advertisement shall
    be centrally coordinated through the Division of
    Human Resources (DHR).
  • Employment Offers- All offers of employment will
    be centrally administered by the Division of
    Human Resources for all Non-Faculty.
  • Salary Appointment Guidelines (New Hires)

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Recruitment Policies Guidelines
  • Interdepartmental Hiring Guidelines
  • Moving Relocation Policy Procedure
  • Temporary Employment Guidelines

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Workforce Recruitment for Faculty
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Workforce Recruitment for Faculty
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Summary of Differences between Departments
Compensation Paperwork Recruitment
Paperwork
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Workforce Recruitment and Equal Opportunity
Programs Q A http//fiu.edu/hr/Workforce20Rec
ruitment/Home.html
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Division of Human Resources
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Florida International University Payroll Info
Session
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Meet the Payroll Employee Records Team
  • Idorys Calvo Assistant Director
  • Aileen Perez Coordinator
  • Clara Martinez Coordinator
  • Anabel Mesa Sr. Associate
  • Marilu Martinez HR Representative
  • Mairelys Perez HR Representative
  • Blanca Bravo HR Representative
  • Sofia Baralt HR Representative
  • Carmen Paez HR Representative
  • Cinthya Gutierrez HR Representative

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Payroll Intro for HR Liaisons
  • Payroll Processing Overview
  • Employee Classifications in TimeSaver
  • Sign-on Package
  • New / Rehire Process Paperwork
  • Lump Sum Payments
  • Terminations
  • TimeSaver Manager Sign-Off
  • Payroll Transfers
  • Direct Deposit

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Payroll Processing Overview
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu
Fri Sat
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Classification in Timesaver
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Sign-on Package
  • The sign-on package and I-9 must be completed
    with appropriate signatures by the employee and
    supporting documentation must be provided
  • A copy of a social security card or receipt from
    social security office must be included
  • A receipt from the social security office is not
    valid as supporting documentation for completing
    an I-9
  • International employees must submit additional
    documentation based on the type of visa

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New Hire / Rehire Process
  • Employee completes a sign-on package and delivers
    to Department
  • Department completes and submits salary paperwork
    with sign-on
  • Payroll Department inputs data into EV4
  • Information is transmitted to TimeSaver,
    PeopleFirst and PantherSoft systems on a nightly
    basis
  • Payroll department creates user ID / password for
    TimeSaver system and calls new employee to
    provide login information
  • Staff, administrative, faculty and temporary
    hourly
  • Employee reports time and/or leave in TimeSaver
  • Manager signs off on the employees time in
    TimeSaver
  • HR ensures all timecards are approved
  • File is extracted from Timesaver with all the
    approved hours and sent to ADP for processing at
    the end of the Pay Period

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Hire/Rehire Paperwork
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Additional State Compensation
  • Administrative and Staff employees must complete
    a Request for Additional State Compensation Form
    for employment in excess of a one full-time
    equivalent established position.
  • The employee must have approval from the primary
    employer to perform the additional duties for the
    secondary employer. These additional duties must
    not be performed during the employees regular
    working hours with the primary employer, must not
    involve a conflict of interest with the
    employees regularly assigned duties with the
    primary employer, and must not involve the use of
    any state space, personnel, equipment or supplies
    furnished by the primary employer, unless
    arrangements are made to adequately compensate
    the primary employer for the use of the same.

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Lump Sum Payments
  • Lump sum payments are not processed through the
    TimeSaver system
  • If an employee is being paid a lump sum, the
    selected compensation frequency will be FIU
    biweekly and the rate will be zero
  • Earnings Code 118

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Terminations
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Terminations
  • If an employee is no longer working in your
    department please submit the appropriate form in
    order to remove them from your TimeSaver roster
  • Temporary hourly and student assistant employees
    will be inactivated in the Payroll system if they
    have not been paid in three months

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TimeSaver Manager Sign-off
  • Time Approvers must sign-off on all of their
    employees time and/or leave by 200 p.m. on the
    Friday before pay day unless otherwise specified
    to accommodate our holiday schedule
  • Time Approvers must sign-off on all employees
    even if there is no time or leave reported for
    the period
  • Complete 2008 calendar/deadlines
    http//www.fiu.edu/hr/Payroll/Forms/timecard08.pdf
  • Holiday Schedule
  • http//www.fiu.edu/hr/Payroll/Forms/08HolidaySche
    dule.pdf

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Payroll Transfers
  • Payroll transfer form for EG and Auxiliary
    departments
  • http//www.fiu.edu/hr/Payroll/Forms/payrolltransfe
    r.pdf
  • Types of Transfers
  • Full Transfers 100 of the charges is
    transferred from one cost number to another
  • Partial Transfers (one to one) a specific
    percentage of the charges is transferred from one
    cost number to another
  • Partial Transfers (one to many) specific
    percentages of the charges are transferred to
    multiple cost numbers
  • Payroll transfers for CG departments must be
    processed directly through OSRA

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Direct Deposit
  • Direct Deposit is mandatory for all University
    Personnel
  • Employees who have not yet signed up for direct
    deposit must do so by logging in to their
    Employee Self Service account via our website at
    http//ptp.fiu.edu
  • The deadline to change or temporarily cancel a
    direct deposit is the Friday before pay day in
    order to receive a physical check. All changes
    after the deadline will not go into effect until
    the following pay period

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Payroll Q A http//fiu.edu/hr/Payroll/Home.html

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Division of Human Resources
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Florida International University Organizational
Development Learning
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Meet the ODL Team
  • Shanequa Fleming, Director
  • Karen Williams, Facilitator/Consultant
  • Emmanuele Archange, Learning Coordinator
  • Samia Nader, Learning Assistant

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Organization Development and Learning
  • We are here to support and encourage excellence
    through continuous learning and development
    opportunities. We do this by
  • Providing strategic alignment, consultation,
    professional development, and conflict management
  • Leading the charge to cultivate a culture that
    maintains, enhances, and celebrates excellent
    service throughout the University
  • Creating learning opportunities and environments
    that enhance individual and organizational
    potential
  • Designing and delivering leading-edge learning
    programs and resources
  • Providing a variety of professional development
    experiences, programs, and events to enhance
    leadership development
  • Providing a variety of learning experiences,
    programs, and projects to enhance University
    leaders capability to develop other leaders
  • Developing partnerships that will help provide
    diverse professional development opportunities

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Why Do We Do New Employee Experience (NEE) ?
  • To give new employees the necessary tools and
    resources for your career journey beyond day two
  • To capitalize on their enthusiasm, while
    emphasizing the attitudes, knowledge and skill
    sets essential to your success at FIU
  • To provide a clear understanding of what Florida
    International University is all about our
    institutional vision, values, mission, as well as
    the benefits and opportunities associated with
    employment at FIU

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NEE Services Programs Covered
  • Division of Human Resources
  • - Employee Classification
  • - Benefits Administration
  • - Office of Equal Opportunity Programs
  • University Compliance
  • Environmental Health Safety
  • Office of Employee Assistance

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Tools and Resources for the Employee
  • Panther Identification Card Authorization Form
  • TimeSaver Quick Reference Guide for Employee
  • Employee Self Service Quick Reference Guide
  • Parking and Transportation
  • University Technology Services
  • Frequently Used Numbers Websites
  • University Holidays
  • New Employee Checklist

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The Role of the Manager/Supervisor Before NEE
Welcome phone call - Where when to report -
Parking instructions for Orientation - Dress code
- You have made the right choice reinforcement
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The Role of the Manager/Supervisor After NEE
  • Phone extension information and email account
  • - Supports a smooth transition
  • 2 week agenda, position description, org chart
  • - What is expected of me?
  • Who do I work with?
  • Other necessary resources and tools
  • Introduction to co-workers

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ODL Q A http//fiu.edu/hr/odl/Home.html
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Division of Human Resources
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Florida International University Benefits Info
Session
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Meet the Benefits Team
  • Evelyn Rodriguez, Director Benefits
    Administration
  • Berta Villares, Associate Director Benefits
  • Lourdes Fonnegra, Benefits Coordinator
  • Alicia Pena, Benefits Coordinator (BBC)
  • Theresa Wright, Sr. Benefits Representative
  • Mariela Varona, Sr. Benefits Representative
  • Martha Montoya, HR Representative
  • Andrew Hart, HR Representative

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Benefits Intro for HR Liaisons
  • Benefits Business Process Overview
  • New Employee Benefits Enrollment Overview
  • Qualifying Status Change (QSC)
  • Annual Open Enrollment
  • Questions and Answers

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Benefits Program Overview
  • Health Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Flexible Spending Accounts Medical and
    Dependent Care
  • Hospital Income Protection Plans
  • Cancer Policies
  • Accidental and Disability Coverage
  • Supplemental Insurance Options (Post-tax)
  • Disability
  • Legal
  • Vision Care
  • Retirement Plan Options
  • Tax-Deferred Annuity Plans 403(b)
  • Deferred Compensation Plans - 457

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Benefits Terminology
  • HMO Health Maintenance Organization In-Network
    service
  • PPO Preferred Provider Organization In-Network
    and
  • Out-of-Network service
  • Deductible Total dollar amount you must pay for
    covered medical care each year before the PPO
    plan pays benefits for services.
  • Co-insurance A percentage you are required to pay
    for certain services
  • Co-payment Set dollar amount you pay for network
    doctor office visits and specified in-network
    preventive care
  • Dependent Specified individuals eligible for
    enrollment in the benefits plans spouse and
    children (up to age 25 if student)
  • Vesting Length of service required which
    entitles employees to a benefit

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Benefits Enrollment Overview
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New Employee Benefits Enrollment Overview
  • There are 4 ways to enroll in the PeopleFirst
    System
  • Website- http//peoplefirst.myflorida.com
  • PeopleFirst Call Center- (866) 663-4735
  • Paper Enrollment Forms- Available from the
    PeopleFirst website
  • Meeting with a Benefits Representative

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Benefit Premiums
  • Insurance premiums are paid one month in advance.
    There are several enrollment deadlines to obtain
    coverage
  • Enrollment by the 2nd Thursday of the month
    benefits effective on the first of the following
    month (payroll double deduction)
  • Enrollment by the 3rd Thursday of the month
    benefits effective on the first of the following
    month (check payment)
  • Human Resources can accept a check or money order
    for the first months premium payment (health and
    life benefits only) if the deadline for payroll
    deductions passed

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Benefits Enrollment Timeline
2nd Thurs. Double Deductions
3rd Thurs. Check Payment
1st Thurs. Single Deductions
4th Thurs. Check Payment
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New Employee Experience - ODL
New Employee Benefits Enrollment
60-day window of opportunity
Annual Open Enrollment (Fall)
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Qualifying Status Change (QSC)
A specific event or change meeting federal
guidelines that allows you to make changes to
your benefit elections outside of the annual Open
Enrollment period.
  • 31 days for notice
  • Marriage or divorce
  • Legal guardianship
  • Change in dependent eligibility
  • Change in employment status for employee, spouse
    or dependent
  • 60 days for notice
  • Birth or adoption
  • Death of dependent/spouse

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Required Documents for Benefits Enrollment
  • Proof of dependent eligibility -
  • Marriage Certificate
  • Birth Certificate
  • Social Security Number
  • Note Documents must be translated to English

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New Faculty Orientation
  • Benefits information is provided at the NEE -
    benefits packages for the various insurance
    providers
  • Fall Enrollment
  • Contracts to start in the month of August
  • Mini Benefits Fair
  • Vendors are setup to come in and answer any
    questions the employees may have
  • Benefits Enrollment Labs
  • Will be implemented Fall 2008 for the very first
    time to enroll
  • Faculty more efficiently

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Open Enrollment
  • Each year, Annual Open Enrollment gives employees
    an opportunity to take a look at their existing
    benefit plans to evaluate any anticipated needs
    and to make adjustments for the upcoming plan
    year.
  • Benefits Fair
  • Usually occurs in the month of October
  • All state vendors are present and answer any
    questions employees might have
  • Two locations
  • University Park Campus
  • Biscayne Bay Campus

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Benefits Q A http//fiu.edu/hr/Benefits/Home.ht
ml
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Division of Human Resources
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Florida International University Employee Labor
Relations
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Meet the Employee Labor Relations Team
  • Joann Cuesta-Gomez, Director
  • Jolima Caballero-Solis, Coordinator
  • Cintia O'Reilly, Coordinator
  • Jeanette Lopez, Assistant

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Employee Labor Relations Intro for HR Liaison
  • Approve and Process Different Types of Leaves
  • Work Life Balance Programs
  • Nepotism
  • Performance Improvement Plan
  • Mediation
  • Disciplinary Actions
  • Grievances
  • Separation of Employment

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Employee Labor Relations What We Do
  • Policy Development Interpretation
  • http//policies.fiu.edu
  • Contract Administration and Interpretation
  • http//www.fiu.edu/hr/bargaining

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Leave of Absences
  • Medical
  • Parental
  • Military
  • Professional Development
  • Bereavement
  • Personal Leave of Absence
  • Political Activity / Participation

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Work Life Balance
  • Alternate Work Site
  • Compressed Work Schedule
  • Flexible Work Schedule (Flextime)

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Nepotism
  • Request to Employ a Related Individual
  • Nepotism Disclosure
  • www.fiu.edu/hr/formslibrary

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Sick Leave Pool
  • Need six months of continuous service
  • Applies to full-time and part-time employees in
    established positions
  • Need to have a minimum of 40 hours for Full-Time
    and 20 hours for Part-Time of combined leave
    (Vac/Sick) to join pool
  • Full-time employees donate 8 hours
  • Part-time employees donate 4 hours
  • Renew participation annually
  • Maximum of 480 hours for Full-Time and 240 hours
    for Part-Time in a 12 month period

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Catastrophic Pool
  • Ability to donate hours directly for a
    co-workers own illness or for a co-worker caring
    for a member of his/her immediate family
  • Maximum of 480 hours for Full-Time and 240 hours
    for Part-Time in a 12 month period
  • Donating employees cannot donate more than 80
    hours in a 36 month period and cannot fall below
    80 hours after donation

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Separation of Employment / Exit Reviews
  • For cause
  • No cause
  • Exit Review Programs
  • (Optional)
  • Separation Clearance
  • (Mandatory)
  • www.fiu.edu/hr/formslibrary

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Employee Labor Relations Q A http//www.fiu.e
du/hr/elr
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Division of Human Resources
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Florida International University Human Resources
Service Center
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Meet the Human Resources Service Center Team
  • Trudy Fernandez, Director Human Resources
  • Edward Leao, Service Center Coordinator
  • Elaine Vega, HR Representative
  • Anielka Baez, HR Representative
  • Fernando Salas, HR Representative
  • Emma Alexander, Payroll Representative
  • Stephanie Sullen, Payroll Representative
  • Maria Fernandez, Benefits Representative

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Human Resources Service Center
  • Provide service to all incoming HR inquiries for
    all areas in the Division
  • Tuition Waiver review and approval

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Process Overview

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Tuition Waiver Overview
  • Full-time employees and their dependents at the
    University are eligible to participate in the
    Tuition Waiver Program
  • Employees on leave status are not eligible for
    tuition waiver except when the leave is granted
    as part of an educational program however,
    employees eligible family members will still be
    permitted to obtain the tuition waiver

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Tuition Waiver Requirements
  • Information such as class schedules, proof of
    dependent status, proof of registration, and
    other items must be attached to Tuition Waiver
    form to ensure timely processing
  • Please refer to the specific policy of each
    Collective Bargaining Unit for details on what
    documents must be attached to Tuition Waiver form
  • For details please visit the Compliance Office
    and Policy Library at http//compliance.fiu.edu/
    under Policies and Procedures

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