Train staff in the use of the University Management System

By: Jose Garth Medina

Coordinators and coordinators from different areas, with management positions, at the URACCAN Las Minas campus, were trained by the human talent area in the management of permits and the replacement of the seventh days worked at the institution, under the new format in the automated University Management System (SGU) of URACCAN.

In this regard, Master Hazel Salgado Téllez, responsible for the human talent area at the Las Minas campus, disclosed that the main objective is for staff to be able to manage the URACCAN University Management System where all the permits required by the worker are, that once introduced to the system they must wait for the approval of their immediate boss to proceed to print it and present it to the human talent area.

TrainingFor her part, Dr. Leonor Ruiz Calderón, vice-chancellor of the URACCAN Las Minas campus, explained that this is one of the processes that URACCAN has in order to expedite all the services it offers, from the automation of each of the activities that are carried out in the University Management System.

"These are the processes that make institutional management more agile and allow us to keep up with technology, this process of automation of the services we have in the area of Human Talent, make management more agile for all," she said.

During the training, the head of the Human Talent area explained how each permit can be introduced into the system, and each agrees with URACCAN's rules of procedure for the institution's staff. The coordinators of the areas will replicate this process with each of their staff and the area of human talent will coordinate, with the area of dissemination, for the elaboration of the photos of the staff, which must be in each of the digital files of the system.

URACCAN, with this automated process, once again stands up to the new technologies that come to help us to have these processes much more agile and dynamic.