Tag - Human Resources

Complete 2016 Annual Compliance Training by Dec. 2

All Augusta University and Augusta University Health employees, regardless of job title or location, must complete the assigned 2016 Annual Compliance by Friday, Dec. 2. To access the course, please log into Workforce Learn Online using the same Net ID and password used to access your Outlook email...

Compliance training begins Nov. 1

Compliance training for university and health system employees begins Nov. 1. As the assignments vary depending on where you work, please view the specific communications below: University Employees For the 2016 requirement, all University (Health Sciences and Summerville) employees will be...

Compliance training for university employees begins Nov. 1

For the 2016 requirement, all University (Health Sciences and Summerville) employees will be assigned the following modules within the 2016 Annual Compliance -University Employees course. CARE Team Employee Handbook Review – Augusta University Environmental Safety, Security, and Emergency Response...

Compliance training for health system employees begins Nov. 1

  For the 2016 requirement, all Health System employees will be assigned the following modules within the 2016 Annual Compliance –Health System Employees course. Environmental Safety, Security, and Emergency Response Fraud, Waste, and Abuse Healthy Perspectives Information...

Medical Center employees: Get a head start on retirement

AU Medical Center Open Enrollment 403 (b) – Get a Head Start on Retirement! Participating in your tax-advantaged 403(b) retirement plan is an effortless way to set aside money for your future. You contribute to the plan by convenient payroll deductions before tax withholdings are calculated...

Compensation committees to meet jointly Oct. 11

The Compensation Committees for the boards of AU Medical Center and AU Health System will have a joint meeting at 5 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 11 in conference room FG-2201 in the Human Resources office building at 1515 Pope Ave.
For more information, call Kelly Busbee at 706-721-6569.

Open enrollment reminder for Medical Center employees

Open Enrollment for employee benefits starts on Monday, October 3, 2016, and ends at midnight on Sunday, October 16. The Medical Center’s Benefits Open Enrollment is an Active Enrollment If you are a benefits-eligible employees at AU Medical Center you must go online in Employee Self-Service to...

University implementation schedule revised for FLSA

Based on employee concerns regarding the Nov. 1 FLSA implementation date, and observations that other University System of Georgia institutions have published plans with different implementation dates, we consulted our Employee Advisory Council for guidance on how to move forward. The EAC...

SoftServ status update for University employees

The SoftServ Employee Self-Service portal will remain unavailable for now. You may access your pay advice and other SoftServ functions by following the attached instructions. These instructions will only work in the following locations: Augusta campuses Medical Partnership campus in Athens GCHC...

The latest updated FLSA information

Augusta University is committed to providing its employees with the most up to date information regarding the changes to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) As details continue to be finalized, we will post a running list of updates in reverse chronological order here. These updates will also be...

Be someone’s hero and donate your time

If you are an Augusta University Medical Center employee, you can be someone’s hero and donate your time today …. The PTO/Catastrophic Leave Fund is in need. This fund consists of employee contributions that are used to assist other employees in times of need due to a catastrophic illness or...

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