Depending on when you start, our pay period is the 1st-15th and 16th-end of month. If you started somewhere in between the 1st and the 15th, you will receive your first check on the 22nd. If you started between the 16th and the last day of the month, you will receive your first check on the 7th of the following month.
Twice a month, the 7th and 22nd. If either of those dates fall on a weekend or holiday, then every effort will be made to issue checks before that date.
To check the amount of leave you have you’ll need to (1) log onto Kronos, (2) click on “My Account” (3) click on “My Time Off” (4) click on “Request” The amounts listed at the top, right under Balances are how much sick and vacation time you have accrued.
Insurance can be used on the first day of the month following 30 days of employment.
Most training will be in the conference rooms of our headquarters at Ewing Center (EC) in Sedalia.
Print the mileage log out of Kronos Form Act-A-012. Fill this form out, and by the 15th or the end of the month you need to fill out form ACT-P-011 and submit both to your supervisor.
Personal calls are not allowed at work unless it is an emergency or an important phone call. Staff needs to inform their supervisor that they are expecting a phone call, and also inform the people answering the phone.
The dress code depends on what area you are working in. Please refer to policy CHS-P-004 (Dress Code/Personal Appearance).
You need to talk with the supervisor about these dates, and please review our policy pertaining to vacation and the introductory period.
Starting July 1, 2017, please refer to HRD-P-025 for Tobacco Free Environment.
Kronos: Please contact Connie Eckhoff. If she is unavailable, please call 660.826.4400 for further instruction.
WebMail, SpendMap, & the Computer: The IT Department is responsible for resetting your password for both of these. You can contact Caleb Huntsman, Robin Moran or Dennis Hamilton. Set-Works: Your supervisor will be able to reset your password.
You sign up for training in Kronos WFR. You will be shown how to do this in the Technology Course. Your supervisor will notify you when you are approved for a course.
You can find out the training requirements for each position by reading policy HRD-P-022. A copy is also provided in the employee handbook when you were hired.
These decisions are made by your supervisor and would be funded within your department. If you become aware of an excellent training in the community, please request permission to go from your supervisor. Also consider passing the information to the Training Specialist to share agency-wide!
Absolutely! Be sure to clock in before and after training.