Showing events 11 - 20 of 28 unique titles ( a total of 97 sessions )
In this class, participants will learn and practice using the self-service features in Workday. Covered topics include: Workday terminology Navigating Workday Managing personal information Managing benefits Requesting PTO Viewing payroll information Modifying . . .
Join us as we discuss some great features of Google's spreasheet application, Google Sheets. We will share tips on: collaboration and access creating charts and graphs for your data using built-in formulas formatting compatibility with . . .
A seated lunch with a moderated conversation provided by Call to Conversation For additional information about Wake Forest's movement to spark more meaningful conversation, please visit c2c.wfu.edu. SPECIAL NOTES: Should you need to inform us of dietary restrictions, . . .
The 2019 Wellbeing Program is offering a $150 wellbeing incentive to faculty and staff enrolled in the University’s BlueCross BlueShield medical plan. One of the steps is to complete a full coaching session (or two wellbeing classes). Eligible faculty and staff enrolled in the . . .
In this class, participants will learn the basics of procurement in Workday. Covered topics include: create a requisition request create a supplier request an overview of procurement reports Note: You will learn how to create receipts off of purchase orders created by your . . .
This class is designed to address the tasks completed by staff and faculty who are responsible for creating journal entries and budget amendments. Covered topics include: create an accounting journal create an accounting adjustment create a budget amendment an overview of . . .
Join us for this fun and engaging workshop to learn about how to protect your computer and your data here at Wake Forest University and at home. Topics covered in this class include: Physical technology security basics Data security basics Working with personally . . .
Approaches to Cross-Cultural Conflict is the second workshop in the iLab Series. If you have ever had an unpleasant conflict that you wish could have been handled more effectively, or hesitated to have a conversation about diversity because you feared it would not have a positive outcome, this . . .
Why do people seem to hang on to their opinions more strongly the more evidence you show them to the contrary? Why do we tend to avoid important information? Why can we see bias in other people but are blind to our own? The simple answer: because we are human. When it comes to fighting the . . .
The Safe Zone program is an in-depth, interactive presentation designed to educate Wake Forest faculty, staff, and students about the LGBTQ community. Anti-LGBTQ bias and prejudice affects all members of a community, and we all the opportunity and responsibility to work against it. Participants . . .