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Oracle HCM Responsive User Interface (RUI) Upgrades

May 23rd was the release date for some upgrades that will make using the HCM application on your mobile device or tablet easier with Responsive User Interface (RUI). This change will also reduce the number of clicks to complete transactions in Manager Self Service.

Some of the transactions you are currently using in HCM, such as time and absence entry and approval, are already available through the Responsive User Interface (RUI), and now, more of the Employee Self Service (ESS) and Manager Self Service (MSS) will offer the RUI to replace our current Classic User Interface (CUI) display.

The biggest change you will see is in navigation. Currently, HCM instructions point towards the tile icons on the HCM desktop. With RUI, access to the transactions in HCM will be available through the Quick Actions on the left-hand side of the HCM desktop. Quick Actions cut down on the number of clicks required to access information in HCM on your desktop, and mobile devices respond with better visual options. Classic User Interface (CUI) tiles will begin to be phased out over the next few months, but most will still be available with the immediate transition. Time Approvals will be available in Team Time Cards and managers will no longer need to navigate to My Client Groups. We hope you find these upgrades useful!

Resources:

For managers, we have a quick reference guide for Time Management in RUI: RUI Changes to Time Approval

Drop in Zoom Sessions

Any additional questions please contact Human Resources: hr@middlebury.edu or (802) 443-5465

Middlebury College Student Government Association Presents Faculty and Staff Appreciation Awards

Faculty Appreciation Award
The Marjorie Lamberti Faculty Appreciation Award is given annually to a Middlebury College faculty member who, following the example set by Professor Lamberti, demonstrates excellence in and dedication to teaching.

The SGA is proud to announce the following recipient for the 2021-2022 academic year: Alex Lyford, Assistant Professor of Mathematics

Staff Appreciation Award
The Rodney and Beverly DeGray Staff Appreciation Award is given annually to dedicated staff who are evaluated on the principles of leadership, stewardship, attitude, and community service.

The SGA is proud to announce the following recipient for the 2021-2022 academic year: Sean Grzyb, Ski Patrol Director

Both Alex and Sean were presented with awards at the Student Leadership Awards Ceremony on Monday, May 16.  Congratulations Alex and Sean!

MSA Live! June Webinars

MSA Live! | Retirement Planning: Getting Started 

June 14, 2022 | Register Here: 9:00 am (PT) – Register Here: 12:00 pm (PT)

Whether you are at the beginning or near the end of your career, the most important first step toward building a retirement plan is writing a savings goal. Knowing that there are many competing needs or wants for the dollars you save, we will review goal-setting strategies that can help you stay on track. We will also review common types of investment accounts for your savings.

MSA Live! | Dreaming of Retirement

June 23, 2022 | Register Here: 9:00 am (PT) – Register Here: 12:00 pm (PT)

Many people can’t wait for retirement, yet they spend more time planning their vacations than putting together a formal plan. To be confident that you can sustain the retirement lifestyle you envision, you may need to do some calculations to determine whether you are on track to have the necessary income or assets. In this class, we provide the tools to help ensure your retirement dreams are realistic.

Register even if you cannot attend to receive a recording of the webinar | Want to learn more about these topics? Connect with MSA at middlebury.mysecureadvantage.com or call 888-724-2326.


MSA Money Coaching – Just a Call Away

Middlebury College has partnered with My Secure Advantage (MSA) to provide a complete financial wellness benefit to you! When it comes to money, searching for answers can feel overwhelming. By connecting with a personal Money Coach, you can build a stronger and more secure future no matter where you are in your financial journey.

3 Important Things to Know

❶ No two stories are alike and your financial strategies shouldn’t be either

With MSA, you have access to a dedicated Money Coach for 90 days each year to talk about any financial topic. It could be about creating a budget, increasing your credit score, paying down debt or all three! Maybe you’ve got questions about planning for retirement, buying a home, or creating an investment plan. You get the idea. Whatever your financial focus or challenge, MSA has credentialed, skilled Coaches who can help.

Confidentiality and a real person to guide and support your goals

Think of your Coach as a personal financial guide, accountability partner, and chief motivator. Together you’ll create a plan that embodies your values, priorities, and goals – one that reflects and works with your life. MSA encourages your spouse/partner to join in the conversations too. All sessions are confidential, over the phone and a half hour long.

No out-of-pocket cost, hidden fees or charges

Middlebury College has paid for this benefit, full stop. MSA’s coaches don’t work on commission or sell any products. When you talk with a Money Coach, you can be sure that you’re getting unbiased, judgment-free guidance.

So what are you waiting for? Get started today! 

Questions?  Learn more about MSA here. Connect with MSA at middlebury.mysecureadvantage.com or call 888-724-2326.

What’s on Tap for Well-Being… Weeks of May 23rd and 30th

Some old-fashioned things like fresh air and sunshine are hard to beat.

– Laura Ingalls Wilder

The GMHEC team in the Step Up for Stepping Strong challenge has been busy movin’ and groovin’ and is currently in eighth place out of the twenty-sixteams that are participating. We could use your help in this last week to reach the community goal of five hundred million steps―which will lead to a $100K gift from sponsors to support The Gillian Reny Center for Trauma Innovation at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Visit the GMHEC Well-being website for information about how to sign up.  We hope you’ll join us to support this great cause, enhance your well-being and be entered into weekly raffles.

Venture Vermont Outdoor Challenge: You and your family will never run out of fun things to do when you participate in the Venture Vermont Outdoor Challenge. Enjoy fun outdoor activities, submit photos of you completing each task, submit your score sheet and receive a VIP coin, good for free state park entry for rest of this year and all of next. Get all the details here.

Protecting Your Assets with Insurance: Insurance is more than just a safety net. It’s part of your overall financial strategy! In this presentation, the experts from MySecureAdvantage will explain the importance of vehicle, property, life, and other common forms of insurance. The presenter will also share some tips and best practices for shopping around and getting the best rates. Thursday, May 26th  offered at noon and 3pm EST.
Click here to register for the noon session.
Click here to register for the 3pm session.

Guided Breathwork and Meditation:  SKY Meditation is a unique breath-based technique that uses cyclical, rhythmic patterns of breath to bring the mind and body effortlessly into meditation. It has been empirically validated and holds distinct advantages over other forms of meditation. Learn to eliminate stress, revitalize your nervous system, and bring clarity and focus to your minds quickly and easily. Learn more about this technique here.  Wednesday, May 25th, and June 1st from 12:00-12:30 pm EST. Click here to register.