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  • New California Law Regarding Pay Transparency

    Effective Jan. 1, 2023, suppliers of Stanford University must comply with California law regarding pay transparency, which includes the following requirements for California employers: Employers with 15 or more employees must include the pay scale, defined as the “salary or hourly wage range that...
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  • Cash and Check Deposit Enhancements

    This project involves identifying and implementing system and/or process solutions for all deposit streams currently relying on the CASHNet system.

    Financial Management Services (FMS) is supporting current improvements to how cash and checks are deposited while developing other enhancements to these processes and systems for future roll out across the university. These changes primarily affected CASHNet processes used by the campus community...
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  • Continuous Improvements to Fingate

    FMS is continuously working to improve the Fingate user experience. Planned and completed changes range from search improvements, navigation updates and content revisions. Learn more about recent and upcoming changes on this news page.
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  • Enhancements to Support the Supplier Setup Process

    Enhancements to Support the Supplier Setup Process

    Based on feedback received from the 2021 Client Satisfaction Survey, FMS is making a number of improvements to the systems, resources and guidance related to supplier setup. Technology Enhancement: Increased Visibility to Setup Process A top theme in the survey was a desire for increased...
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  • Mobile Deposit Application Redesigned

    Wells Fargo updated their Commercial Electronic Office (CEO) Mobile Deposit platform for mobile check deposits in March 2022 with a new look and feel. Departments across Stanford use the Wells Fargo app to deposit paper checks using the CEO service. Employees can use the camera on their iPhone and...
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  • Turning Feedback Into Action

    FMS uses the Client Satisfaction Survey to gather feedback from faculty and staff that fuels action plans for continuous improvements. This article covers the latest on those projects.
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