PeopleSoft is the timesheet program that students use to enter their hours. PeopleSoft can also be referred to My UW System or simply an employee's timesheet.
It takes about 5-10 days for a new
employee to receive access to his or her timesheet. If you don’t see your timesheet after
10 days of hire, please contact a student human resource manager. If you have a
timesheet and it disappears, please contact the student human resource managers as soon
as possible so that they can restore your timesheet.
You will need to fill out a temporary timesheet and get
signatures from each location that you work at. Temporary timesheets are due the
Monday after a pay period is due at 11 a.m. Temporary timesheets can be found outside
the DUC 241 door.
employees must sign up for direct deposit. Please do this as soon as possible
to prevent delay in processing your pay. If you missed the cut-off for
processing your pay using the direct deposit method, your check will be
available in the Bursar’s office (located in the Student Services Building) on
the designated student pay date.
If you have concerns or
need to make changes to your tax information, please visit the Payroll Office in 116 Old
Main. Jake Shearier, Payroll & Benefits Specialist, will be able to assist you with any
changes or questions you may have.
Please contact the location/s
of the shift/s that you will miss due to your illness. For example, contact Upper DeBot if
you have an Upper DeBot shift and ALSO contact the DUC if you have a DUC shift in the
same day. It is a DSC policy that employees should call in at least two hours before their
shift, so that the locations can make arrangements to cover the employee absence.
Upper DeBot: 715-346-4393Lower DeBot: 715-346-3057DUC, HGC, FFT: 715-340-0076Catering: 715-340-8727 (Mckenzie Gotz) or 715-340-7695 (Marshall Lee)
Contact the staff of DUC 241 in the event that
you lose your nametag. A replacement nametag will be issued and $5 will be charged to
There are two ways for an employee to pick up additional
shifts. The first option is for
employees to pick up permanent shifts.
Employees can stop by DUC 241 to pick up permanent shifts at any point
in the semester.
The second option is for an employee to cover a shift
that another employee wants off for by completing a Mutual Agreement (MA)
form. All locations have designated
locations to post MA forms. A unit
manager must approve all MA forms. Talk
to a student operation manager (SOM), unit manager or DUC 241 staff member if
you have any questions about this procedure. Refer to the "What are the Facebook links?" section below to learn about how you can pick up shifts on our Facebook pages.
An employee can drop a shift in the first two weeks of the semester.
As soon as the third week of the semester starts, an employee must receive permission
from the unit manager to drop a shift.
Refer to the "What are the Facebook links?" section below to learn about how you can drop shifts on our Facebook pages.
DSC recognizes that employees may want off of work for
family vacations, school trips, etc. Once an employee knows that day/s that he or she
wants off, he or she should fill out a blue Mutual Agreement (MA) form. The MA form
can be posted at the location of the shift.
The below Facebook links are available to employees to post shifts that they want off or for employees to see what shifts are available to pick up. Facebook is a tool to help employees advertise shifts; a Facebook post does not constitute an agreement to exchange a shift. Employees must fill out a blue Mutual Agreement (MA) form and have a manager sign the form in order for the shift exchange to be official.