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Personnel

Direct Deposit
I-9 List of Acceptable Documents
Look Out Services for Completing  I-9’s
my.wsu.edu – WSU portal to access secure records
New Appointment Request – Business Center
New Employee Checklist
OPDRS Login  – Access, store, and route position descriptions and search information
Visiting Scholar/Student Request Form
W-4 Form

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Public Affiliate

Public Affiliate status is given to non-WSU paid personnel working in WSU Extension county offices, with a 50% or more appointment, so a “WSU affiliated” employee can have access to budgets, handle money, appear in the campus directory, have a wsu.edu email address, and obtain a WSU Network ID. Hourly employees paid by WSU already have access to WSU systems and should not also hold an affiliate appointment. Public Affiliate appointments are 3-year, renewable appointments.

Instructions for obtaining affiliate status:

  1. Complete a Public Affiliate Form for each person
  2. Obtain signature from Suzette Yaezenko (COHE Director)
  3. Fax completed form to: 509-335-2926 or scan/email to cahnrs.ohe@wsu.edu
  4. Notify cahnrs.ohe@wsu.edu when affiliates leave so we update our records
  5. Contact cahnrs.ohe@wsu.edu with questions

Timeline:

Affiliate appointments can take a few weeks to completely process.  After processing, the newly appointed public affiliate will receive email confirmation of their appointment which will include Network ID creation instructions.

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Time/Leave Reports

Faculty Leave Policies
Leave Reporting System ( for CAHNRS or Extension Faculty/AP)
Medical Leave Questions
Modified Duties 
Reasonable Accommodation 
TimeKeeper (Temporary Hourly) – Hourly employees track and submit hours for approval

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University Cannons of Practice
Volunteers

BPPM Policy on Volunteers
CAHNRS Volunteer Workplace Injury Reporting Instructions
Register/Report Volunteers & Hours – Login
CAHNRS, WSU and volunteers benefit from volunteer participation in official University activities. In 2014, CAHNRS logged 60,338 volunteer hours.  In order to assure that volunteers are covered for liability and workers’ compensation, departments must:

  • Understand the definition of Volunteer to ensure applicable requirements are met
  • Understand Volunteers are subject to WSU employee policies and safety procedures
  • Designate Volunteers BEFORE duties are performed
  • Register and maintain complete records for each Volunteer
  • Submit timely Volunteer information and logs to the CAHNRS Office of Human Engagement via the Volunteer Database
  • Contact the CAHNRS Office of Human Engagement with questions about Volunteer injury reporting, worker’s compensation claims, accidents, occupational illnesses and workplace incidents

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