For directly employed temporary workers, this information is kept on file and their sick time is restored if they return to direct employment at Harvard within 12 months. Once working for an outside payroller, they will begin to accrue sick time as required by law. Learn more about this topic here: https://hr.harvard.edu/staff-personnel-manual/time-away-work/earned-sick-time (see item D.4.b).
These terms are inter-changeable and all refer to the same thing -- a document used to request a contingent worker that specifies the requirements of the role and assignment. Job posting is used specifically in Fieldglass. Job order is a common industry term. Job requisition (or “req”) is a common term at Harvard.
Yes. Recruited or payrolled contingent resources working in Massachusetts and performing work that would be union-eligible if directly employed by Harvard have a 3-month tenure limit. (This may be extended up to 6 months if the contingent worker is backfilling an employee on leave who is expected back at work.) The 60-day clock is applicable to people in this category and refers to this rule: If this tenure limit is exhausted, there is a 60-day waiting period before the contingent worker may take a subsequent assignment in the same tub. However, the worker may...
As described in the glossary, a contingent worker (CW), also referred to as a “contract” or “temporary” worker, works on assignment at Harvard on a temporary basis. CWs are used to temporarily augment the regular workforce, backfill an employee on leave, fill in for a staffing vacancy, or bring specialized skills to a project or effort.
No.Novatus will continue to be the main system used by Harvard Strategic Procurement to house supplier contracts. More information at: https://internal.procurement.harvard.edu/contract-management-tool Read more about Will Fieldglass replace Novatus?
Instead of contacting suppliers (staffing and temp agencies) directly to fill requisitions for contingent workers, Harvard managers will submit requisitions electronically via the new Vendor Management System, Fieldglass. The requisitions will be routed by Harvard’s Managed Service Provider, Yoh. As the process is vendor-neutral, all qualified, enrolled suppliers receive the requisition. Suppliers propose candidates, and managers select the one they prefer.
Once onboard, the worker reports hours worked online in Fieldglass, and the Harvard manager...