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The following information is designed for users to view and manage their Personal Information in Employee Self-Service.
The Personal Information Summary is a quick access page, which will allow employees within Employee Self-Service the ability to quickly review and navigate to update their Personal Information.
The PERSONAL INFORMATION SUMMARY page will display options in multiple tables. You can review and update the following information:
Displays the Home and Mailing Addresses for review and allows quick access via the CHANGE HOME/MAILING ADDRESSES BUTTON to update the information present.Please Note: The Home Address is used when the annual W-2 mailings are sent out.
Displays the Phone Numbers for review and allows quick access via the CHANGE PHONE NUMBERS BUTTON to update the information present.
Displays the Emergency Contacts for review and allows quick access via the CHANGE EMERGENCY CONTACTS BUTTON to update the information present.
Displays the Ethnic Groups for review and allows quick access via the CHANGE ETHNIC GROUPS BUTTON to update the information present.
The PERSONAL INFORMATION SUMMARY page will also display additional information in tables that are available for review only. You will be unable to update this information with Employee Self Service. In order to update Personal Information that is view only, you will need to Complete the Employee Information Change Form from the Employee Self-Service e-Forms page. If you are not supported by the ESC, you will need to contact your Agency Human Resources or Payroll Department.
Displays the present Email Addresses within HR/CMS. Note: This is a separate email address than the Employee Self Service email. To update your Employee Self Service Email, proceed to the My System Profile Link under the Main Menu in Employee Self-Service.
Instant Message IDs
This is not currently used.
Displays the Marital Status of the Employee. Note: This is not the same status that is used on the W-4/M-4 tax filings.
Contains the following employee information for review only:
• Date of Birth (masked for security reasons)
• Birth State
• Social Security Number (masked for security reasons)
• Date Entitled to Medicare
• Military Status
• Original Start Date
• Last Start Date
• Highest Education Level
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Home and Mailing Address:
Employees can review, add or edit a Home or Mailing Address. The Home Address is printed on an employee’s pay advice and year end form W-2. The Home address is used when the annual W-2 mailings are sent out. Note: Home Address cannot be outside of the United States. Please avoid using a PO Box as the Home Address.
Add New Home or Mailing Address
If there is only one address present (Home OR Mailing), you have the option to add an additional address. The menu will provide an option of either Home OR Mailing, depending on which is not present.
All employees will have access within Employee Self-Service that will allow the ability to view, add, update, and/or delete personal information, such as home/mailing addresses, phone numbers, and emergency contacts.
If both a Home and Mailing Address are present, you will only have the ability to edit the existing addresses.
Employees can review, add, edit, and delete phone numbers. Employees can designate a primary phone number
Employees can review, add, edit, and delete emergency contact information. Employees can designate a primary emergency contact.
If there is only one emergency contact, they will default to the Primary Contact. You must add another emergency contact in order to change the primary contact.
Employees will have access within Employee Self-Service to view, add, or update a Race or Ethnic Group.
The employer is subject to certain governmental record keeping and reporting requirements for the administration of civil rights laws and regulations. In order to comply with these laws, the employer invites employees to voluntarily self-identify their race or ethnicity. Submission of this information is voluntary and refusal to provide it will not subject you to any adverse treatment. The information obtained will be kept confidential and may only be used in accordance with the provisions of applicable laws, executive orders, and regulations, including those that require the information to be summarized and reported to the federal government for civil rights enforcement. When reported, data will not identify any specific individual.