|30 November 2016: Updated HR forms
|23 November 2016: Early viewing of your payslip on ESS
From November 2016 onwards, your electronic payslip will be available for viewing on SAP HR Employee Self-Service (ESS) two calendar days before pay day. The November pay day is Friday 25th so your payslip is now available for viewing on ESS. This service is available to all T1 (≤ 2 years), T2 (2 – 5 years) and permanent staff members. Hourly paid / ad hoc / paid-on-claim staff or those sourced from a temp agency unfortunately do not have access due to the temporary nature of their role.
Access ESS via the SAP HR Employee Self-Service page.
|17 November 2016: Newsletters
Diabetes: Are you at risk?
Three common cancers that affect men
Together moving a non-violent South Africa forward
View previous organisational health newsletters
|20 October 2016: UCT toll-free counselling service for staff
The University, through the Organisational Health and Wellness office in the Human Resources Department, now offers support for its staff members through access to a toll-free telephonic counselling service.
In the current service model staff make an appointment with the Organisational Health and Wellness office for an initial consultation and to determine what the best course of action and relevant referral would be. Given the current situation at the University where staff need access to assistance and may not be able to contact Organisational Health, a toll-free telephonic counselling service has been made available to all staff.
UCT's toll-free number is: 0801 113 945 and employees can also send us a USSD code *134*905# for us to call them back.
Learn more about the UCT Employee Health and Wellbeing Programme and toll-free counselling service.
Learn more about the counselling service offered by the Organisational Health and Wellness office.
The Organisational Health and Wellness office also offers additional support at this time:
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