Workday will go live on July 1, 2019. Are you ready? Keep reading to learn about resources available to you and important dates.
Transitions in staffing and WorkCyte implementation will strain pre-award assistance this summer. Therefore, anyone who will need pre-award assistance during the summer should send an email as soon as possible to: LASERS@iastate.edu, with the following information:
- Dollar amount
- Proposal due date
- Any comments, such as…I plan to be out of town XXX Date…
All faculty and staff will need to complete a minimum of Workday training. These trainings are online, and you can access them 24/7 on ISU’s Learn@ISU platform. If you are not familiar with Learn@ISU, there are step-by-step instructions that guide you through accessing Workday training.
You can easily identify which trainings you need to complete using WorkCyte training maps. Training is identified by role:
If you would like to take Workday for a test drive, sign up to attend a Workday User Lab! You can perform sample tasks live in Workday, with Workday team members in the room who can provide support. Participants are required to register through Learn@ISU, so that the Workday team can prepare your user login information for you to use during the session. User labs are scheduled for June 12, 13, 17, 18, 19, and 25. Find more details here.
You can find a list of important “cutover” dates on the WorkCyte website, with deadlines for everything from hiring tasks to the last day that TracyTime can be used for timekeeping. All faculty and staff will want to check your personal information in AccessPlus by June 17, 2019.
New LAS Intranet Will House People Finder
Just in time for the launch of Workday – LAS will introduce MyLAS, an intranet for college faculty and staff on July 1, 2019. Items currently in the Faculty and Staff portion of the LAS website will be relocated to myLAS. Additional content will also be available, including People Finder – a handy online tool to help you identify who performs what roles/tasks that were affected by WorkCyte changes, by department/unit.