2022 Staff Recognition Awards
The SAS Staff Recognition Reward is a special one-time payment awarded to selected SAS staff for extraordinary contributions to the mission of the School. The program is intended to reward those staff members whose extraordinary contributions are consistent with the School’s objectives for excellent performance.
Give Your Retirement Plan a Tune Up
The University of Pennsylvania is here to help you give your retirement plan a tune up with changes it will soon make to the Basic Plan that will increase your savings.
Effective January 1, 2023, Penn’s non-matching contributions to the Basic Plan will increase by one percentage point. LEARN MORE
New Feature Coming to Human Resources Website in January
A weekly roundup of news, activities, and other events help staff and faculty plan their week. This new feature will launch in early January. Just look for the 3 Things to Start Your Week box near the News and Announcements section. The Division plans to deliver 3 Things to Start Your Week to your email inbox in the future. More information on that coming soon.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative Symposium on Social Change
Each year, during the month of January, the University of Pennsylvania and our surrounding communities come together to commemorate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The commemoration reminds us of our interdependence and reaffirms our commitment to the betterment of our communities through civility and service.
Complete Your Mid-Year Performance Review by January 27, 2023
Workday for performance management
The University of Pennsylvania is committed to staff development and believes that the performance appraisal and planning process is an integral part of that development. This process is designed to improve job understanding, promote more effective job performance, and establish future goals for career growth.
Our Academic Mission:
To Add Value
To Find Solutions to Operational Challenges
To Prepare the School for Tomorrow
Penn Employee Solution Center
The Penn Employee Solution Center is part of Penn’s Human Capital Management Transformation Initiative to improve our
people-centered services and provide consistent, up-to-date responses to the Penn community’s questions. You can call the
Solution Center at 215-898-7372 or firstname.lastname@example.org for questions about the following areas:
-HR Policies and Procedures
-Time reporting and eTime
-Leave(PTO, FMLA, Disability)
-Retiree Email Support
To learn more about the HCM Transformation initiative, visit www.workday.upenn.edu