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Workday is a new HR experience tool that will allow you to access your paychecks and personal information easily and quickly from any device. You can request time off, check your PTO balance, and change your contact information all from one place.

Workday, which will replace Ceridian/Dayforce, offers a host of benefits over our current system, including integrated HR and Payroll functions, which will cut down on manual payroll processing, reduce paycheck inaccuracies, and give you the ability to make routine HR requests and changes yourself.

We’ll start using Workday on July 3, 2022. You will still be able to access paycheck stubs and tax documents in Ceridian/Dayforce.

You will clock in and out with Routing Box, which will communicate your time worked with Workday. Workday will communicate your hours worked with payroll. 

You can access your personal information or make time off requests directly through Workday, using on a tablet, computer, or your mobile phone. Tracking time through Workday, which is directly connected to payroll, will greatly reduce manual hours tracking and paycheck inaccuracies.

You will need to take a few moments to familiarize yourself with a few new tools that Workday offers. However, you will find the new system very intuitive and easy to use, and the added features will make accessing your information and making routine HR requests much faster and easier.

Before we go live with Workday, we will provide plenty of resources and opportunities to learn the new system. We will have videos, webinars, and live trainings available to ensure you feel comfortable using the new system.

Yes, Sexual Harassment training will need to be repeated in the new Workday environment.

We will let you know when training is available, and we will have resources available to help you get set up and navigate the new system. We will ensure you have the tools you need to be comfortable using Workday.

You can also bookmark this page for additional video training materials.

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