Upcoming changes to M-Pathways time entry: Fluid Time Entry Webinar
The University of Michigan will soon be changing the way time is reported - coming late February 2022. The Michigan Medicine Payroll team will host an information webinar at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 15, 2022 to prepare our timekeepers and those handling time reporting within Michigan Medicine departments. Please put a hold on your calendar.
When: Feb 15, 2022, 2:00 p.m.
Topic: Timekeepers Network: Fluid Time Entry
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As part of the roll out of the new time reporting sheets, virtual labs will be available beginning in March. These are optional to attend, and links will be provided soon.
MOU 639 for Bargained for Nurses Reminders
- Start using MOU 639 30 days retro from January 12th and going forward for eligible nurses
- Use the RPN time reporting code along with PAN tracking code to report hours under MOU 639
Be sure to include a comment so these hours will not be counted towards use of the COVID-19 paid time off bank of up to 80 hours
Path Forward: Staffing Incentives
Under Manager Resources you will find information about current staffing incentives.
Currently, the ONLY incentive in effect for Temporary Nurses as of 1/27/22, are those picking up shifts under a Temporary Staffing Assignment Request. Shifts picked up in this manner are paid 2x their hourly rate. Use HBR to add 1.0 pay to regular hours (REG) or HBH to add .5 pay to overtime hours (OTP) resulting in 2x pay for the additional shifts worked. Again this is for those RN temps picking up shifts on other units besides their own under an approved Temporary Staffing Assignment Request.
For non-bargained for regular staff who are covered by an approved Critical Staffing Incentive agreement in place on their unit please see Critical Staffing Incentive Framework for more information.
Please let us know what questions you have.
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HR Business Unit Contact Resource
If you’re not certain who your pay analyst or HR business partner is, you can visit the Timekeepers’ HR Business Unit Contact tool to find out. To use the tool, select the drop-down menu and type a 6-digit department ID number and the appropriate HR contacts will appear.
Action Required: Please look up your department ID/s and make sure we have the correct contact information for the Timekeeper and the Backup Timekeeper. If an update is needed please send deptIDs and updated information to Kim Wehrmeister (firstname.lastname@example.org).