The college is pleased to announce that Christmas hours will be in effect starting today, December 21, through Friday, January 15, 2016. The hours will be from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. with a 30-minute meal break. Adjustments in hours may be made where workloads require different operating hours.
Best wishes for a happy and healthy holiday season!
Submitted by: Linda Walleshauser, AVP, human resources and compliance
Your favorite daily newsletter is going on hiatus over the holidays.
The last issue of The Dome will publish on Wednesday, December 23. It will return, though, after the New Year.
The Dome will publish on Wednesdays beginning January 6, 2016 (so be sure to have your submission in by Tuesday, January 5).
The Dome’s daily schedule will resume with the start of classes on Tuesday, January 19. You won’t want to miss that issue, as the start of the new semester will bring with it a new and improved Dome.
The updated version will be more user-friendly and better align with the look and feel of the recently-launched brand. And while your favorites will remain (Campus Candids and In the News), the redesigned Dome will also include a few new features.
Submitted by: Marketing and Communication
The BA27 pay period, Sunday, December 13 – Saturday, December 26, will be paid on Thursday, December 31.
– Employees have until today, December 21 to submit timesheets.
– Approvers will have until Tuesday, December 22 to approve timesheets.
– Please contact Maureen Hidy at Ext. 8531 or Natalie Klyczek at Ext. 8532 with any questions.
The BW27 Work Study pay period, Friday, December 11 – Thursday, December 24, will be paid on Thursday, December 31.
– Students have until today, December 21 to submit timesheets.
– Approvers will have until Tuesday, December 22 to approve timesheets
– Please contact Denise Rogers at Ext. 8535 with any questions.
PLEASE communicate this schedule to your student workers.
All time sheets must be approved before you leave for the holiday break.
Please use the following guidelines for recording time during the holiday shutdown period.
Non-exempt employees should record shutdown days with the “holiday” pay code. Employees required, for business purposes, to work during the shutdown period should record the hours that are worked using the “regular” pay code. Employees who are required to work during shutdown will be given a floating holiday, which must be used prior to the end of the fiscal year on May 31, 2016.
Exempt employees who work during shutdown should NOT submit a timesheet. Employees who work during shutdown will be given a floating holiday, which must be used prior to the end of the fiscal year on May 31, 2016. Supervisors are asked to please keep track of days worked and floating holidays taken.
Submitted by: Natalie Klyczek, payroll supervisor, Controller’s Office