Employee Focus
 
 

April 2009
May 2009
SPOTLIGHT
Faculty/Staff Online Parking Registration

Performance Communication and Development

Employee Spotlight
Momma Green

CALENDAR

May Calendar

NOTES AND NEWS
Bookstore
Students Can Now Order Textbooks When They Register For Classes

Department of Public Safety
Cell Phone Registration in Pier

Annual Earth Day Drawing Contest  

Click It or Ticket Campaign

Dining Services
Java City Converts to Fair Trade by Fall 2009

UH Dining Services Finals Week Hours 5/11 through 5/17 (pdf)

Finance
Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) Statistics

HUB Vendor Show

Human Resources
ePAR Updates

Payroll/HRMS
Red Flag Rules-Email Notifications

UH/UHS Time & Labor Implementation

Policies and Procedures
Approval of University
Policy


Printing and Postal
USPS Standard mail Flats New Address Requirements

USPS Rate Increase Effective Monday, May 11, 2009


Quick Tip: For enrollment services questions, students can call 713/743-1010.


If you have comments or would like to submit an article to future newsletters, contact Alpa Vaghani at avaghani@central.uh.edu by the 20th of each month.
 

                                                                                                               

Red Flag Rules-Email Notifications
By Carla Ponzio



Effective today, May 1, 2009, employees and students will receive an email notification generated by the University of Houston System’s Student Administration/Human Resources database when a change is made to their:

• Email address
• Address

In addition, when employees make changes to their:

• Direct Deposit
• W-4 Information

When the change is made to the employee’s or student’s record by Student Admin or HR Admin personnel the email will indicate the name and title of the admin person who made the change. When the change is made by the employee, the email notice will indicate the employee’s name.

• Email address changes-an email will be sent to the old and new email address.
• Address changes- the email will indicate what the address was changed to.
• Direct Deposit changes- an email will indicate the current and prior account information
with the account number displaying only the last four digits.
• W-4 changes – an email will indicate the current and prior W-4 information.

If the change is not correct there is a link in the email the employee or student can click on to return to P.A.S.S. or Student Self Service to make a correction. If the employee or student suspect the change was fraudulent there is a link and phone number for the UHS IT Security department.

The email and address change notifications are requirements to meet the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACT Act) regulations (also known as the Red Flag Rules), which are intended to prevent, detect, and mitigate identity theft.