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Updates to Employee Self Service

last modified Feb 28, 2017 10:39 AM
UIS and the HR Division have launched a new version of Employee Self Service (ESS). ESS lets you update some of your personal details and check your payslips and P60s.

The new version contains a number of technical improvements. Instructions on logging in, together with a user manual, are available here.

UIS have changed the way you log into ESS. You will still use your CRSid and RAVEN password, but the login screen looks different. If you haven’t updated your UIS password in about the last year you may need to do so before logging in.

When you log in, please take a moment to review your personal details. In particular, there are a number of data items that the University needs to include in statistical returns to the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA). Information about how HESA uses this data is available here.

Anonymous information sent to HESA is used by funding bodies, government and the media. The Funding Council requires the University to provide complete and accurate data; however, the data currently held is incomplete for many staff.

Collecting and monitoring demographic data about our employees also allows the University to work intelligently to respond to the needs of staff.

If you have any queries on ESS please contact the CHRIS Helpdesk on chris.helpdesk@admin.cam.ac.uk or 60999.

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