|Paperless paydays begin Jan. 1, 2010|
As of Jan. 1, 2010, employees will no longer receive a hard copy of their pay advice or flexcomp reimbursement advice. Employees may view their advices by logging on to Employee Self-Service. In addition to supporting the University GREEN initiative, this service provided by the North Dakota University System makes the following features available online from any computer with an Internet connection:
1) Review of current and past direct deposit advices and checks - all employees - this is how you will be notified of any payroll direct deposits or flexcomp deposits.
2) Review current and past W-2 information and request a copy if needed - All Employees
3) Direct deposit changes
4) W-4 tax changes
5) Ability to change your address - non-student only (students change address on campus connection, but currently student address changes are not uploaded into employee information. Students must change their addresses at the Payroll Office).
6) Review current benefits and deductions - benefited faculty and staff only
7) Review flexcomp payments and balances - participating benefited faculty and staff only
It is very important that you log into Employee Self-Service prior to Jan. 1, so that you are sure that you have the correct UserID and Password. You should also become familiar with the screens and where to view your information, prior to the start of electronic pay and flexcomp advices.
How do I get my userID and password for Employee Self-Service?
As a UND employee, you received an email from the ConnectND Security Team in your U-Mail account with your Employee Self-Service userID and password. So, if you do not usually use U-Mail, we are requesting that you activate your U-Mail account to obtain both of these pieces of information when you log into Employee Self-Service.
How do I access Employee Self-Service?
Staff and Faculty: To access Employee Self-Service, go to the UND home page at http://www.und.edu/ . Click Faculty & Staff in the upper right corner. Then, click the Employee Self-Service button on the left side of the screen. Enter your userID and password as requested on the screen. It is highly recommended that you change your password immediately, by clicking: Change Your Password. If you do not remember your userID or password, or get locked out of Self-Service, call the NDUS Help Desk at 866-457-6387. Your employee information can then be obtained by clicking: HE Self-Service. If needed, additional information on Employee Self-Service can be viewed at http://www.und.edu/dept/payroll/html/employeecenter.htm .
Student Employees: HRMS Self-Service is one of your menu items on your Campus Connection web site. After logging into Campus Connection, just click on HRMS Self-Service and enter your userID and password that you received from the ConnectND Security Team. It is highly recommended that you change your password immediately, by clicking: Change Your Password. If you do not remember your userID or password, or if you get locked out of Self-Service, call the NDUS Help Desk at 866-457-6387.
What is U-Mail?
*U-Mail is your official campus e-mail address generally in the format of: email@example.com. If you do not currently use U-Mail or if you do not have a 15-character password, you must activate your account by going to: http://www.und.edu/dept/itss/ , you will need an Employee ID to activate your account. (Students would use their student ID, without the W.) After reviewing the e-mail in your U-Mail account, it is recommended that if you are not going to use your U-Mail account that you delete all e-mail (after getting your userID and password for Self-Service) and forward your future e-mail to the e-mail address that you will be using. This can be accomplished by logging into your U-Mail account and clicking on Options, click on Local Account, click on Forwarding, enter your forwarding information and choose not to keep a copy of forwarded e-mail in your U-Mail account. Click Save.
For additional hands-on assistance to claim your U-Mail account or access Employee Self-Service, employees may stop at the Computer labs in the lower level of the Memorial Union or the 3rd Floor of the Chester Fritz Library during their regular business hours.