(May 14, 2014) -- The UTSA Office of HR Training and Development now offers four courses in an online format on Time and Absence Reporting. The classes are available during the UTShare/PeopleSoft interim implementation process through fall 2014.
Offerings include courses for exempt and non-exempt employees who complete a paper timesheet and for those who use SharePoint.
If you missed a classroom training or would benefit from this online learning as a refresher, then this course is for you.
>> To sign up for an online class, log on to the MyTraining website with your myUTSA ID (abc123).
The four online courses on the procedures for the interim process are:
To determine if you are an exempt or non-exempt employee, check your job title at the UTSA Human Resources website.
For more information, email HR Training and Development or call 210-458-4658.
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