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HR Requests Employees Self-Identify with Disability and/or Vets Status — As part of our Affirmative Action Program, referenced in President Stuart R. Bell’s Reaffirmation of Equal Opportunity, Nondiscrimination, and Affirmative Action Policy Statement sent out September 8, 2017, the University is required to track the number of individuals with disabilities and/or protected veterans status that are employed at UA. The University invites employees who fall into one or both categories to confidentially identify themselves by completing the Voluntary Self-Identification of Individuals with Disabilities and/or Voluntary Self-Identification of Protected Veterans forms that can be found on the Employee tab under Employee Services on myBama. Employees who have previously submitted this information do not have to submit it again, unless your status has changed. Contact the HR Service Center at 348-7732 with questions.

The Department of Human Resources is Moving The Department of Human Resources is temporarily relocating to Capital Hall at 270 Kilgore Lane. Human Resources Learning Development, Employee Relations, Recruitment, and Compensation and Classification are currently located at Capital Hall. The HR Service Center, Benefits Office, Payroll Services, and Healthcare Insurance Administration will be relocated to Capital Hall effective Monday, September 18.

All training scheduled through HR Learning and Development will be held at Capital Hall, unless otherwise indicated. Other than location, contact information for Human Resources staff will remain the same.

For any questions regarding the move or HR services, please contact the HR Service Center at (205) 348-7732, or [email protected] View a map to our temporary location.

FLSA Implementation UPDATE As a result of the Nov. 22 injunction that temporarily delayed implementation of the 2016 FLSA regulations, UA employees identified as Professional Nonexempt will not begin tracking their time on Thursday, Dec. 1. Human Resources will continue to monitor the situation and will communicate with employees and their supervisors when the issue is resolved. If you have questions, please contact the HR Service Center


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