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Duties Description Under the direction of a Human Resources Specialist, the incumbent will ensure employee compliance with Time and Attendance rules. The Program Aide must be able to perform the following essential functions:
Develop a thorough understanding of the Attendance and Leave Rules that govern NYS employees, act as agency liaison with the Business Services Center for Time and Attendance.
Review various documents to determine entitlement and ensure compliance with all applicable rules for employees requesting a leave of absence, either with or without pay, including Family Medical Leave.
Oversee the administration of certain salary continuation programs offered by the State including the leave donation program, the sick leave at half pay program, Military leave entitlement, Workers' Compensation program, etc.
Administer health insurance benefits for Tax employees by completing transactions in NYBEAS and by communicating with the Employee Benefits Division at Civil Service.
Research complex inquiries from employees, supervisors, managers, Union personnel, etc. regarding time and attendance issues utilizing a variety of resources.
Communicate effectively via telephone, in writing and/or in person with a variety of staff and other agency personnel.
Use and navigate computer systems; learn, maintain and update skills in computer technology.
Multi-task and prioritize assignments; organize workload and files.
Present information at employee orientation programs.
Assist in the review, evaluation and analysis of reports.
Maintain confidentiality of information; exercise good judgment.
Meet department's time and attendance rules and regulations.
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