GENERAL EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION *Applicable to all new employees
The Human Resources Office (HRO) provides a full range of human resources consulting and advisory functions including staffing and classification, labor/employee relations, equal employment opportunity complaints process and management, and injury compensation administration for both U.S. Civil Service (USCS) and Master Labor Contract (MLC)/Indirect Hire Agreement (IHA) employees. This document provides a summary of services.
Federal employees (both hourly and salary) are paid on a bi-weekly cycle. The Bi-Weekly Payroll Calendar shows the start and end of each bi-weekly work period and the corresponding pay date.
The Defense Finance Accounting Services (DFAS) administers MyPay which is the Department of Defense's (DoD) online payroll and accounting system that allows a service member or employee to view his or her pay account, view travel claims, make changes to withholding and allotments, and change Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) contributions.
DoD administers MyBiz which is a web-based Self-Service HR module that grants access to your official personnel information.
The Electronic Official Personnel Folder (eOPF) is an E-Government initiative developed for all Executive Branch federal agencies by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) to manage and administer the Official Personnel Folder process and to provide employees access to their individual file through a secure Internet connection. NOAA’s Workforce Management Office (WFMO) is collaborating with the Department of Commerce (DOC) and OPM to fully implement the features of eOPF.
This is the flyer for the orientation of the newly entered U.S. civilian service employees. The training provides the following subject areas; to include civilian personnel matters (with an emphasis on oversea employment), Position Classification, Employment /Staffing, Payroll, Employee Relations, EEO, Safety, Ethics/Standards of Conduct, Operations Security, Information for Pay Patients and Employee Development.
The Civilian Benefits Center (CBC) is the centralized organization within the Department of the Navy that administers the Federal benefits and retirement programs for civilian employees. Select the document that applies to your employment status.
OTHER INFORMATION SHEETS
Arrivals to their new duty station in Japan are required to complete this Check In Form to ensure all necessary arrangements are made on base to ensure that basic living requirements are meant while serving their tour overseas.
All new employees are required to complete this Orientation Check Sheet with their direct supervisor to ensure that they are properly acclimated to their new work space and command.
This package provides employees a brief overview of Equal Employment Opportunity topics with processes and contacts.
This Factsheet discusses disability confidentiality and the process for updating an employees status as well FAQs.
The Department of the Navy Civilian Employee Assistance Program (DONCEAP) provides a wide range of services to employees and their families when dealing with work life balance. This factsheet offers basic types of services DONCEAP offers as well as contact information.
This form can be used by new employees for expenses incurred on the day of travel.
This is a copy of the executive order regarding dependent hires and explains who would be eligible for this hiring category.
This is a copy of the executive order regarding military spouse hires and explains who would be eligible for this hiring category.
This form is a confirmation of an employee having NTS and lists supporting documents necessary to initiate maintenance.
This form is a confirmation that an employee has any possible existing home leave and lists supporting documents necessary to confirm hours transferable.
Please contact your servicing HR POC (Onboarding POC) or refer to the Human Resources Office Services and Programs document.