Willamette launches Workday, the university’s new HRIS

by University Communications,

Beginning today, employees can use Workday to record hours worked and hours away from the office.

A link to Workday is available via the Faculty & Staff Gateway on the top right corner of the website, via the Human Resources webpage or directly by typing workday.willamette.edu into a web browser.

Employees who need any assistance with Workday can utilize the following resources:

  • Training Resources for Workday help website
  • Workday Help Request (Google form)
  • Email Human Resources: hr-info@willamette.edu
  • Call Human Resources: 503-370-6210
  • Call Payroll for time recording and submission questions: 503-370-6188
  • Visit the Human Resources or Payroll offices in the University Services Building
  • Drop-in help hours are available in the Mt. Jefferson Room, University Services Building, 8 a.m–4:30 p.m Monday or Tuesday, 9 a.m.–1 p.m. Wednesday through Friday. Structured information and training sessions are scheduled through August.
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