Workday makes it easy for adjuncts to view and manage their personal information, plus take care of job-related business processes – all within one system.
You have likely used Workday to view open positions, apply for jobs, and take care of onboarding tasks, so you will want to get more familiar with the system’s other functionality, depending on your role. View Getting Started: The Basics Guide
Workday is Florida Tech’s system of record. Phase 1, launched in January 2021, includes Human Resources, Payroll, Finance, and Grants. Phase 2 will include Student records, Accounts Receivable, and Financial Aid – no launch date has been announced yet.
The Workday Resources SharePoint site has self-service training materials, including Job Aids, training videos, and PowerPoint presentations. Log in with your TRACKS info to access the materials.
Adjuncts can manage their personal information within Workday, such as update emergency contacts and view tax information. The profile section in Workday houses all your personal information, and you can even upload a professional photo to complete your profile.
Additionally, Workday can be utilized as an employee directory, when needing to find contact information for other staff, faculty, adjuncts, GSAs, student employees, or contingent workers.
Compensation and Payroll
Adjuncts can view their salary and any additional compensation, view payslips, update direct deposit payment elections, and update W-4 information.
W-2 wage and tax statements for 2020 can be accessed in PAWS.
Current adjuncts can view and print their 2021 W-2s from ADP using a passthrough link in Workday.
Adjuncts can view their academic information, including current and historical appointments and view contracts.
Former employees can view and print their 2021 W-2s by visiting the ADP website and following this 2021 W-2 Job Aid.