The difference between a Health Care FSA and a Dependent Care FSA is that the Health Care FSA is for eligible health care expenses for you and your eligible dependents, and the Dependent Care FSA is for expenses related to the care of a dependent child or adult (for example, day care). The two are NOT interchangeable.
Yes. Anytime that you click the upload profile button in Harvard Careers, you are indicating to the system that your currently saved profile is outdated. Therefore, the new profile (resume, i.e.) will overwrite any current information and fill those fields with information parsed from the profile you are uploading. If you are just looking to attach your resume to the application, do so on the next page where the system asks for attachments. If you overwrite your profile, you will need most likely need to edit the information to ensure it parsed correctly. No previous profiles can be retrieved.
No. Once an application has been started, you can only move forward in Harvard Careers. The back button will direct you out of the application (losing any progress) and back to the job description. In order to make edits, continue through the application until you hit the "Review" page. This page allows you to read over all sections of your application and go back to edit any (utilizing the pencil icon button) before submittal.
Yes, a salaried contingent worker – that is, one whose pay does not vary from week to week regardless of how much time is worked -- can and should be managed in Fieldglass and the Managed Services Program.
However, this is only true if the role and work performed are “exempt” from overtime under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). If the role/work is “non-exempt”, the worker cannot be salaried. S/he...
Requests to add a new user to Fieldglass must be made by your Tub’s HR Authorized Requestor (HRAR) via PeopleSoft, to the HUIT Client Services group. This process is similar to user access requests for other Harvard HR systems.
HRAR’s may view specific instructions located here, when requesting Fieldglass user access,...
For departments not yet in the Managed Services Program (MSP), please email firstname.lastname@example.org as your first point of contact. Stacee Rivera at email@example.com is also a key contact for Harvard departments. If your department is already enrolled in the MSP, please contact AllSource through the Yoh Program Management Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-495-1508.
Proxies can be assigned online in Fieldglass by hiring managers, time approvers, org- and tub-owners to act on their behalf, indefinitely or for a specific period of time (such as a vacation.)
Typically, proxies approve or reject transactions – specifically, requisitions, work order revisions and timesheets -- on behalf of the user.
Users are responsible for actions taken by proxies on their behalf, so care should be taken in making this designation. In general, proxies should be in the same tub, and have the same Fieldglass user role and the...
A hiring manager will need to know 7 key details in order to create an online requisition.
The job role that the contingent worker will fill (choice of Fieldglass Job Templates listed here)
Whether you have already identified the worker (to be “payrolled”) or you need someone to be “recruited” by a supplier. If the worker is to be payrolled: a. What is their name, email, telephone and agreed-upon hourly pay rate? b. In what...