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Paycheck Deposit – January 3rd

December 21, 2016

Monday, Jan. 2, 2017, is a banking holiday observed by the Federal Reserve and most financial institutions.

According to state law, Jan. 2 is considered the first working day following the December 2016 pay period, making it pay day for full-time employees paid on a monthly basis.

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OneUTSystem - Question Answered by Paul

December 19, 2016

Q: Could we have a place with a salad bar/potato bar/bar in the building?

New Building Food Option: Picture of an example of the type of food options which might be available in the new buildingNew Building Food Option: Picture of an example of the type of food options which might be available in the new building









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Tis the Season for Cyber Crime

November 30, 2016

Phishing campaigns that try to dupe consumers into giving away personal and financial information tend to rise during the holiday season, use the following tips to prevent falling victim to cyber criminals.

If an offer looks too good to be true, it probably is.

A common tactic by cyber criminals is using extremely low prices on popular items, such as electronics, to lure in potential victims.

Use a credit card instead of a debit card.

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Top 10 Myths About Identity Theft

November 11, 2016

Each new data breach and phishing scam alert is accompanied by a wave of cyber security articles and commentary. The tone of these stories can range from panicked to apathetic. But the facts can't be ignored: identity theft is an epidemic in the United States. According to TransUnion, 19 people fall victim to identity theft every minute.

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Workforce Planning FAQ

November 9, 2016

On September 2, 2016, the Chancellor shared with System Administration that the Board of Regents approved the FY 2017 UT System operating budget with instructions to reduce the number of full-time equivalent (FTE) employees by at least 130 positions.  In the same communication, System Administration was invited to submit questions regarding the process to OESQuestions@utsystem.edu .  Questions have been submitted and the website created.  The website will continue to be updated as additional questions are submitted and answers ar

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