Become a more efficient researcher by investing 30 minutes at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 22.
This presentation will detail how coaching integrates Emotional Intelligence into a practical model for effective communication.
The goal of this training is to assist WSU in maintaining a safe and respectful working and learning environment.
Human Resource Services will be conducting pre-retirement seminars to assist you with retirement planning.
This course is one of many WSU Fiscal Management Training Resources which provides a high level overview of the purpose and inter-relationship of WSU mainframe accounting systems.
This course provides practical advice to help instructors improve hands-on training.
This course provides information on leave accruals, accurate time reporting, how to document overtime and more.
All departments must have two people who have been trained in inputting hours for hourly staff and reviewing gross pay for departmental employees.
Reviews are an important part of the administration of each area, and are required in the BPPM 60.55.
This course is required for staff members new to PCard reconciliation responsibilities and recommended for experienced PCard Reconcilers.
This course features an overview of Washington State University’s grant process.
Your budget justification may not make or break the proposal, but a well written justification can make for a smoother funding process.
This training will introduce participants to Zotero, a free, open-source alternative to reference manager systems such as EndNot and ProCite.
Successful completion of this training is required in order to gain access to WSU’s Electronic I-9 System.
This training covers the policies and processes WSU will implement to comply with the new state law that requires employers to provide paid sick leave to most employees.
If you were eligible for health benefits in 2017, you will be provided a 1095 form no later than March 2.
Payroll Services is urging employees to review their W-4 forms and make any needed updates to reduce the risk of a potentially unpleasant tax day surprise next year.