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Protecting our greatest resource — you.

Kansas State University's greatest resource is its faculty and staff. To better serve these individuals, the university established the Division of Human Capital Services to focus on recruiting, developing and retaining a diverse, highly qualified workforce. This division maximizes the university's ability to support the needs of all employees, including faculty, unclassified professionals, support staff and students. 

As the university works toward becoming a Top 50 public research university by 2025, it is more important than ever that we value our employees' various skillsets and provide them with opportunities to grow. The HCS staff is ready to answer any of your questions regarding what's available to you as a K-State employee, and we invite you to seek us out. 


Rediscover your total rewards Total Rewards Study Open Forums

We're offering several open forums the week of March 28 and the first one is available for viewing (eID and password required), please join us to learn more about the Total Rewards findings, including the methodology used, the overall findings of the study, and next steps.  Please note, for the USS and Unclassified staff in the study, individuals will receive their new title and how their pay relates to the market by September 30, 2016.

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Updates to the FLSA-Effective with the 11/20/16 Pay Period

The U.S. Department of Labor updated the FLSA regulations related to overtime and exemptions for executive, administrative, and professional employees.  

tax form 1095-cForm 1095-C Employer-Provided Health Insurance Offer and Coverage form is available

Employees eligible for health insurance coverage, including those who decline to participate in the State of Kansas health insurance plan, should receive a 1095-C form for tax filing purposes. 


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