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MyUK Mobile App Now Offering More Services for Employees

 Employees at the University of Kentucky are now able to access services via the myUK mobile app for Employee Self Service (ESS) and Manager Self Service (MSS). 
 Employees at the University of Kentucky are now able to access services via the myUK mobile app for Employee Self Service and Manager Self Service. 

LEXINGTON, Ky. (June 25, 2019) — Employees at the University of Kentucky are now able to access services via the myUK mobile app for Employee Self Service (ESS) and Manager Self Service (MSS). 

These optional mobile tools will provide a convenient way for employees to complete tasks in situations where a smart phone or tablet is their most accessible device.

Optional mobile tools available for iOS or Android devices:

  • Employees can enter working time, submit leave requests, view pay statements and benefit plans.
  • Supervisors can approve working time and leave requests.

The myUK web versions of ESS and MSS have not been changed and will still be available for time/leave entry, supervisor approvals, viewing pay statements, and all other current functionality. All employees will be able to use mobile ESS to view their pay statements and benefit plans.

Please note that employees and supervisors who currently use Kronos for time entry and approval should not use the mobile time/leave/approval tools, but should continue to use regular Kronos processes.

Learn more about myUK mobile enhanced employee services in the Tech Help Center here.

For 24/7 immediate assistance, please contact ITS customer services at 859-218-HELP (4357), or visit the Technology Help Center at http://techhelpcenter.uky.edu. For assistance with non-urgent matters, email 218help@uky.edu.

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