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New Performance Appraisal Platform
The appraisal period is from June 1, 2019 through May 31, 2020. Performance appraisals should be reviewed and signed by employees and supervisors by July 1st. Beginning this year, we will be utilizing PeopleSoft ePerformance for performance appraisals. Given the change to the ePerformance, we strongly encourage attendance at the training sessions.
Managers: Tuesday, May 19th at 10:30 am
Tuesday, May 26th at 1:00 pm
Employees: Wednesday, May 20th at 10:30 am
Wednesday, May 27th at 1:00 pm
An email was sent on 5/13 with Outlook invites for the training sessions. If you did not receive the email, please contact your HR Business Partner.
My UT Benefits Update
We’re excited to announce My UT Benefits has been updated and will be available to employees the week of 5/18/2020. Please watch for a welcome email from GRP-HRSP@utsystem.edu announcing the launch. The welcome email will prompt you to login and enter beneficiary information.
Leave Balances in PeopleSoft
Employees and managers may now view current leave balances in PeopleSoft. Please review the Absence Balance Details instructions.
FY 2021 Holiday Schedule
The FY 2021 holiday schedule has been posted. The schedule includes 13 designated holidays plus 1 floating holiday (14 total). The number of holidays for all state agencies and institutions of higher education is set by the Texas Legislature, although higher education institutions have flexibility in determining the actual days within that number. The number of holidays each year is determined by where the various national and state holidays fall during the calendar week. Holidays that fall on a weekend are not included.
Work of Art: The Spring Wellness Challenge from UT Living Well
During this difficult time, the spring wellness challenge, Work of Art, will focus on emotional wellbeing. Work of Art is designed to help you learn skills that foster resilience and boost happiness. Living an emotionally healthy life is an art, but the activities and habits that lead to long-term success are grounded in science: enhancing mindfulness, sharing gratitude, increasing optimism, and strengthening connections – even when separated by distance. Opt in starts Monday, April 20.