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Volume 31 Issue 11

Payroll department sets up tax hotline >

February 4th, 1999

The Payroll Department has established a hotline for questions about W-2 and 1042S tax forms. The hotline, 624-1860, will operate weekdays through April 16, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Employees should direct questions about form 1099 to the Accounts Payable Department at 624-6054. According to Payroll, tax forms were mailed during the last week in January.

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Deadline for diversity seminar Feb. 16 >

February 4th, 1999

Faculty interested in making their courses more inclusive in terms of gender, race and other diversity issues, both in content and pedagogy, can apply for admission to this year's Faculty Seminar for More Inc lusive Courses. The seminar, which will be held May 10-21, is sponsored by the Chancellor's Diversity Working Group. Applications can be […]

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Campaign kick-off is 18 months away, but over $143 million in donations already has been raised >

February 4th, 1999

Pitt isn't planning to publicly kick off its latest capital campaign until fall of the year 2000. But by the end of 1998, the University already had raised $143.2 million in campaign gifts and pledges, according to Pitt's chief fundraiser. Carol Carter, vice chancellor for Institutional Advancement, said the campaign goal hasn't been set yet, […]

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Council tables motion calling for full access to Pitt-UPMC-UPP documents >

February 4th, 1999

Since Jan. 1, School of Medicine faculty with clinical duties have been jointly employed by Pitt and the recently formed University of Pittsburgh Physicians (UPP) practice plan. Depending on their job duties and their departments' policies, clinical faculty earn varying portions of their salaries from the University and from UPP. The latter is a subsidiary […]

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Supervisors' workshop promotes awareness of sexual harassment >

February 4th, 1999

Sexual tensions are a fact of life, but sexual ha- rassment doesn't have to be. That was one of the messages a group of Pitt supervisors heard Jan. 28 as part of a mandatory Human Resources sexual harassment awareness training session. "The main message of the workshop is that prevention is the best defense we […]

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Facts, advice, warning signs >

February 4th, 1999

The sexual harassment awareness training film, shown as part of the Human Resources workshop, makes several points about sexual harassment in the workplace: * Sexual harassment can occur between all gender combinations, but most cases involve a male offender and a female victim. * Men are more likely to mis-read a woman's friendly remarks as […]

Feature,Volume 31 Issue 11

Facts, advice, warning signs >

February 4th, 1999

The sexual harassment awareness training film, shown as part of the Human Resources workshop, makes several points about sexual harassment in the workplace: * Sexual harassment can occur between all gender combinations, but most cases involve a male offender and a female victim. * Men are more likely to mis-read a woman's friendly remarks as […]

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