Accounts Payable has recently updated the following forms from pdf format to Docusign:
Payment Request Form - for exclusive use by university departments to request and/or initiate payment Wire Transfer Request - for exclusive use by university departments to request and/or initiate payment by wire transfer
You can view all Accounts Payable Policies and Forms on their website .
The LeaderConnection 30-minute zoom webinars will help you lead with agility and grace through these uncertain times. This series provides insights, examples and resources as well as building community with leaders across the university. These conversations begin April 23 with “Coping with and Leading Unplanned Change” with Mike Anderson, director of the Enterprise Project, and continue every Thursday with a different Ohio State leader, including Gretchen Ritter, Norman Jones, Melissa Shivers, and others.
What you need to do:
Share this information with staff in your or unit. If you have questions, contact Erica Banta at...
Blanket Orders are used for transactions that occur very frequently (daily or multiple times a week) have a high variation of product types, undetermined timing and not available in eStores. As a general rule, transactions = a minimum of 48-52 transactions per year.
Your FY21 Blanket and Term requisitions must be received within the time frame of 3/2/20 through 5/15/20 to allow for adequate processing time.
Blanket Order General Guidelines
Please note: Your blanket purchase request will be reviewed for approval by a Purchasing Commodity Manager.
New codes for COVID-19 leave options have been developed and will appear in eLeave on Wednesday, April 8. These codes will be used for University Disaster leave and to request emergency time off under the federal Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) . Supplemental documentation may be required in conjunction with these leave requests. Guidance for employees on how to use these options in eLeave and how to submit supplemental documentation will be posted on the COVID-19 leave options website.
What you need to do:
Use the additional resources posted Wednesday at...
University Chief Wellness Officer Bernadette Melnyk, PhD, APRN-CNP, EBP-C, FAANP, FNAP, FAAN and her Buckeye Wellness team, the College of Nursing, Your Plan for Health, the Ohio State Health Plan, Ohio State Employee Assistance Program and Student Life have teamed up to create and offer “Staying Calm and Well in the Midst of the COVID-19 Storm” to cope with and stay well during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This eight-week online series, starting Wednesday, April 8 at 12:30 p.m. is open to all and will equip you to build important knowledge and skills to sustain well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic....
Effective immediately or prior to their next scheduled shift, all critical faculty and staff coming to campus must check their temperature and assess any symptoms before reporting to work. The health of our workforce is imperative during this time to keep everyone healthy and to control the spread of COVID-19. Outlined below is guidance for employees to monitor their own symptom status:
If you are a critical employee, on days you report to work, you should perform a daily health check-in and only come to work if you can confirm you have no fever of 100° F or higher,...
During times of uncertainty, it’s normal to have feelings of stress, anxiety and fear. You are not alone, and there are resources and help available if you want someone to talk to or need support.
The Office of Human Resources' Keep Well website has resources for you or your family to receive individual, personalized support – either via text, telephone or online counselling. All Employee Assistance Program (EAP) services are confidential, complimentary and provided by experienced, licensed mental health professionals. EAP is available to benefits-eligible faculty and staff and their family members. Tools, resources and...