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The Weekly Wag, Issue #9

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The Weekly Wag, Issue #9

Delta DogWelcome to The Weekly Wag, your home for quick news and updates on the ctcLink project.

Congratulations, Subject Matter Experts!

This week’s Golden Paw Award winners are Highline’s 70+ subject matter experts. Through their extraordinary efforts, Highline is making great strides in our collective journey to ctcLink. Read about their accomplishments on the Paws Up page.

Chat, Chew and Connect: Fridays at Noon

Join us Friday, December 4, at noon for the next Lunch and Learn with Delta Dog. You can ask questions of project manager Pat Daniels and other ctcLink team members.
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Question of the Week

Delta Dog loves getting questions from her human friends. Here’s a recent one:

Question:
What are the training requirements for 1000-hour employees?

Answer:
For training purposes, it doesn’t matter how many hours you work. What matters is what kind of work you are doing. That is, if you are a cashier, you will want to complete trainings that will help you do your work as a cashier.

All employees should take the following courses (by all, we mean everyone: hourly, student workers, 1000-hour, full time, part time, staff, faculty, administrators):

PeopleSoft Fundamentals 9.2
ES100 HCM Employee Self-Service

Other trainings you need to take depend on your job duties. Visit the Training for ctcLink: Start Here page where you will see recommended training by employee type and function/role.

Still have questions? Check with your supervisor or email Delta Dog.

P.S. Complete these trainings before February 8, 2021, so you are ready to use ctcLink after we go live.

Countdown Calendar

The clock is ticking. Just 42 working days until Highline goes live with ctcLink on February 8, 2021.

Get Social

Delta Dog feels at home in the virtual world. Join her there on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Word of the Week

While you learn and work with ctcLink and its software, PeopleSoft, you’ll come across many words and terms. To help you learn the lingo, here’s this week’s word (find others on the Terminology page):

Empl ID
Empl ID (pronounced “em pull eye dee”) is a single identification number for each person record, regardless of whether the person is a student, staff or faculty. Even if a person has multiple roles at multiple campuses, they will still have just one Empl ID (also written as EMPLID).

Ask Delta Dog

Delta DogWho is this blue dog? Learn why Delta Dog is our trusty companion on the journey to ctcLink.

If you have questions about ctcLink, ask Delta Dog.

You can also view the Frequently Asked Questions page.

For information about the statewide ctcLink project, visit the SBCTC ctcLink page and read the blog, ctcLink Connect.