Changes to sickness absence in MyHR
There are some important changes in MyHR for managers to be aware of when entering sickness absence for their staff.
Please follow the links below for further information on the new process for entering sickness absence in MyHR:
- Guidance to Managers - Submitting Sickness from October 2020 [PDF 177KB]
- Guidance to Managers - Reviewing Sickness History from October 2020 [PDF 165KB]
What is MyHR?
The aim of the MyHR project is to make information held in QMUL's HR/Payroll back office systems available, and put to much greater use, through web-based employee and manager self-service access to relevant processes and data.
Processes that currently fall within this category are:
- Employee driven changes:
- personal details changes, next of kin changes, view and print pay slips and P60’s, etc, request annual leave via an online form.
- Manager access (for line managers and HoDs)
- managers can view contractual information about their staff and authorise requests for annual leave.
How does MyHR work?
Web software, connecting to the HR database is accessed through a secure connection over QMUL's intranet.
With MyHR you can logon and edit the details, this submits an electronic form to QMUL's HR/Payroll back office systems (ResourceLink) and automatically updates your details on central records.
Can I access MyHR off campus?
Yes, from 1st August MyHR will be available from outside the Queen Mary network when using multi-factor authentication (MFA). The only requirements will be a computer with internet connection and the Microsoft Authenticator app on your mobile or tablet. The app can be downloaded from Google Play store or Apple App Store. Further information and a link to the instructions are available on connected. Once you have set up MFA following the instructions, you will be able to access MyHR via a web browser on any device by going to myhr.qmul.ac.uk
You can access MyHR if you have a fully managed Dell laptop with Direct Access enabled. If your laptop has Direct Access enabled and it says University Connection Connected, you will be able to access MyHR off campus, as long as you are connected to a Wi-Fi network.
Please click here for further information on Direct Access.
You can also access MyHR off campus if you have been set up to use QMUL's VDI system (remote access solution). Please obtain authorisation from your manager or supervisor and ask them to raise a ticket on your behalf requesting access for you.
You can raise a ticket by emailing email@example.com from your QMUL email account.