This program produces a Suite of Reports which may be used for monitoring employee Visa status at both a Summary and Detail level, and for alerting you to up-coming Visa expirations.
To run, first select the Department(s), and Population(s) you wish to appear on the Reports. The Department and Population criteria default to select ALL of those displayed in their respective boxes; you may narrow the range by highlighting only certain ones of each.
This report will list employees who have appointments in departments over which you have been granted security. However, like all PHR reports, it will also list your employees’ appointments in other departments as well. In other words, if you are secured to see any one of a given employee’s appointments, you will see all of that employee’s appointments. So don’t be concerned if you see unit listings on your report for departments over which you do not have PHR security; the entries you see in those other units are only for those employees who ALSO hold appointments in your units.
You may choose to run this report for all employees with appointments in your unit(s) who are on Visas, or you may restrict the program to list only those employees who have Visa Expiration dates set in PHR on or before the date you enter in the box below. It is recommended that you run the Expiring Visas option at least monthly so you can make sure that PHR Visa information remains up-to-date for the employees over which you have responsibility.
After you have made the required selections, hit the PROCESS button. If you want to PROCESS a subsequent time, be sure to hit the CLEAR button before setting your next set of selection criteria. When processing finishes, you will be taken to the Table of Contents where you will be able to navigate among the various report formats.
This report can be found in the Employee Reports folder in the PHR Queries & Reports folder on WOW.
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Please contact Data Services with questions, suggestions, etc. about this report.
Last updated: June 25, 2014