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Human Resource Services

The Human Resources Team for the College of Veterinary Medicine was created to serve our diverse workforce of faculty, staff and students in all aspects of their employment.  We believe the greatest resource of the CVM is the employees that make the college function each day.  Our primary goal is to provide exceptional support for these employees.  By enriching the work experience for our faculty, staff and students, we can help move the College of Veterinary Medicine toward its future goals.  The Human Resources Team is here to help and encourages all employees to reach out to us at any time.

Current employees should log in to the HR iWeb pages for more information.

Highlights 

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Electronic W-2 Now Available

Employees who consented to receive their W-2 form electronically may now access their 2017 form. See complete instructions

  

dollar1095-C Now Available in the Membership Administration Portal

1095-C forms for State of Kansas employees are available to print through the State of Kansas Membership Administration Portal (MAP). K-State employees are able to sign into MAP with their eID and password through HRIS > Employee Self Service> Benefits > Health Insurance Enrollment. When logged into MAP, the 1095-C form is located on the Forms tab on the Account Overview page, under "Tax Forms." The 1095-C forms will also be mailed directly to the employee's mailing address listed in MAP. To view the mailing address, go to "Contact Information" on the Member and Family page tab.

News 

New Employee Orientation: Tuesday, April 10, 2018 – 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m., Mara Conference Center

June 2018 Vacation Leave Accruals

Twelve-month employees who earn eight hours of vacation leave per pay period will not accrue vacation leave the last three pay periods of fiscal year 2018. This impacts all paychecks received in June.

  • Pay period ending May 19 — paid June 1
  • Pay period ending June 2 — paid June 15
  • Pay period ending June 16 — paid June 29

Employees who have not accrued their full 176 hours, either because they are new or part-time, will accrue for pay periods ending May 19 and June 2, but they will not accrue for pay period ending June 16 since it results in the third paycheck in the month of June.