The university will roll out a new time-and-attendance system in January 2018 to replace Kronos – the system currently used by approximately 12,000 non-exempt, bi-weekly staff and student employees to manage time worked and time off.
To align with the naming of other business service centers on campus, we’ve changed the name of the University Financial Service Center (UFSC) to the University Business Service Center (UBSC). The services we provide and the customers we serve will remain the same.
Vice President for Financial Affairs and Interim Treasurer Gerald Hector has initiated a series of ongoing, monthly gatherings designed to encourage and facilitate information exchange between the Division of Financial Affairs (DFA) and its campus partners. Each 90-minute session of “DFA Convers
Fiscal Year 2017 (FY17), which concluded in June, once again brought growth and new developments for the Alliance for Diversity and Inclusion (ADI) initiatives, which are sponsored by Executive Vice President and CFO Joanne DeStefano as well as Gerald L Hector, David A. Lifka, Glen C.
A lot has happened with the Concur Travel System project since the last general update in April, when the Phase 0 Pilot kickoff occurred. Phase 0 marked the first time any Cornell traveler used Concur.
Eighteen students will begin working in June in departments within the Division of Financial Affairs, Cornell Information Technologies, Student and Campus Life, and the offices of Planning and Budget, and University Audit. The opening welcome breakfast event will take place June 2.
Final presentations at an event held Friday, May 5, concluded this year’s collaborations between the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management’s (JGSM) Big Red Consulting (BRC) teams and a select group of Cornell’s diverse suppliers.