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2022 electronic W-2s are now available in the State of Kansas Employee Self-Service Portal (ESS) for State of Kansas employees.

Employees are encouraged to consent to receive W-2s electronically. Instructions for completing the consent are detailed by clicking this link.

If you experience issues when trying to complete your W-2 consent, try a different web browser such as Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome.

For assistance with the State of Kansas Employee Self-Service Portal passwords, please call the State of Kansas Help Desk at 785-296-1900 or 866-999-3001.

For employees receiving a printed W-2, the form will be printed and mailed by the end of January 2023. 

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2022 electronic W-2s are now available in the State of Kansas Employee Self-Service Portal (ESS) for State of Kansas employees.

Employees are encouraged to consent to receive W-2s electronically. Instructions for completing the consent are detailed by clicking this link.

If you experience issues when trying to complete your W-2 consent, try a different web browser such as Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome.

For assistance with the State of Kansas Employee Self-Service Portal passwords, please call the State of Kansas Help Desk at 785-296-1900 or 866-999-3001.

For employees receiving a printed W-2, the form will be printed and mailed by the end of January 2023. 

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The 2022-23 annual non-teaching employee performance evaluations will be available for manager signatures beginning Wednesday, March 8 provided that their direct report has submitted their employee signature in myPerformance.

Managers should log into myPerformance to electronically sign and submit their 2022-23 evaluations by 11:59 p.m. Tuesday, March 14.

Note: The first step of the 2023-24 evaluation cycle, planning, should now be accessible to managers through myPerformance. Planning should include expectations for competencies and goals from March 1, 2023 through Feb. 29, 2024. If you have not already done so, you should enter this information into myPerformance, then meet with your direct reports by Friday, March 31. Direct reports will not have access to their 2023-24 evaluation until Jan. 16, 2024, so it is important to provide them with a copy to use as a reference throughout the year.

For more information — including myPerformance training, quick reference guides and other resources — go to the myPerformance webpage.

Helpful hints:

  • Progress through each page of the evaluation and select “save” then “submit” on the final summary page for the evaluation to be complete.
  • Check the box that says, “Show completed and expired tasks” if an evaluation has disappeared from the scheduled tasks.
  • Don’t forget that the first step of the 2023-24 myPerformance evaluation cycle, planning, is due on Friday, March 31.
  • myPerformance training is available as an online module through myTraining and includes a condensed “myTraining for managers” version.
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Employees enrolled in 2023 coverage through the State Employee Health Plan can earn a premium discount worth $480 annually and HSA/HRA rewards dollars up to $500 per year, just by participating and logging healthy activities throughout the year.

Take advantage of March HealthQuest events:

  • 2023 HealthQuest program overview video and quiz: Earn five credits for watching this video and completing the short quiz.
  • Learning modules: Earn up to 10 credits by completing on-demand learning modules in the HealthQuest portal. There are many different topics to choose from.
  • EAP on-demand trainings: Earn up to 10 credits combined by completing EAP on-demand trainings that are available through the HealthQuest portal and attending EAP webinars (max one credit per day). 

Take advantage of some of the on-demand and online options to earn HealthQuest credits.

  • Marathon Health webinar: March focus on nutrients and serving sizes – 1 p.m. Thursday, March 9. Registration will be sent via email with a link to attend. Deadline to view for incentive credits is Friday, March 17.
    • Do you know the six types of nutrients? Do you know what constitutes a serving size of pasta and vegetables? Get started with the basics in this session where we will review the six nutrients, serving sizes for different food groups, and how your plate can reflect nutritional balance at each meal.

As part of the Marathon Health HealthQuest portal, the Healthwise portal offers a ton of information about 26 topics providing a basic overview along with any medical testing and treatment options available for each topic. Check out Healthwise here.

Upcoming events will be published each month, but to plan in advance, check out all currently scheduled HealthQuest events.

Access the HealthQuest portal and start earning points today.

Image showing a graphic of the performance evaluation cycle for non-teaching evaluations with the text, "Due March 7: Employee signature. Employees: Review evaluation, add additional/final comments, and electronically sign and submit evaluation" with the WSU MyPerformance logo.

The 2022-23 annual non-teaching employee performance evaluations are now accessible for employee signatures beginning Wednesday, March 1, provided that their manager has submitted their manager review rating in myPerformance.

Employees should log into myPerformance then electronically sign and submit their 2022-23 evaluation by 11:59 p.m. Tuesday, March 7.

For more information (including myPerformance training, quick reference guides, and other resources) go to the myPerformance webpage.

Helpful hints:

  • Progress through each page of the evaluation and select “save” then “submit” on the final summary page for the evaluation to be able to progress to the next phase of the cycle Wednesday, March 8 for manager signature
  • Need a copy of a past performance evaluation? Check the box that says, “Show completed and expired tasks,” then “search.”  Select the desired evaluation and “print/save to PDF.”

myPerformance training is available as an online module through myTraining and includes a condensed “myTraining for employees” version.

Healthquest logo

Employees enrolled in 2023 coverage through the State Employee Health Plan can earn a premium discount worth $480 annually and HSA/HRA rewards dollars up to $500 per year, just by participating and logging healthy activities throughout the year.

Take advantage of March HealthQuest events:

  • 2023 HealthQuest program overview video and quiz: Earn five credits for watching this video and completing the short quiz.
  • Learning modules: Earn up to 10 credits by completing on-demand learning modules in the HealthQuest portal. There are many different topics to choose from.
  • EAP on-demand trainings: Earn up to 10 credits combined by completing EAP on-demand trainings that are available through the HealthQuest portal and attending EAP webinars (max one credit per day). 

Take advantage of some of the on-demand and online options to earn HealthQuest credits.

  • Marathon Health webinar: March focus on nutrients and serving sizes – 1 p.m. Thursday, March 9. Registration will be sent via email with a link to attend. Deadline to view for incentive credits is Friday, March 17.
    • Do you know the six types of nutrients? Do you know what constitutes a serving size of pasta and vegetables? Get started with the basics in this session where we will review the six nutrients, serving sizes for different food groups, and how your plate can reflect nutritional balance at each meal.

As part of the Marathon Health HealthQuest portal, the Healthwise portal offers a ton of information about 26 topics providing a basic overview along with any medical testing and treatment options available for each topic. Check out Healthwise here.

Upcoming events will be published each month, but to plan in advance, check out all currently scheduled HealthQuest events.

Access the HealthQuest portal and start earning points today.

Image showing a graphic of the performance evaluation cycle for non-teaching evaluations with the text, "Due March 7: Employee signature. Employees: Review evaluation, add additional/final comments, and electronically sign and submit evaluation" with the WSU MyPerformance logo.

The 2022-23 annual non-teaching employee performance evaluations are now accessible for employee signatures beginning Wednesday, March 1, provided that their manager has submitted their manager review rating in myPerformance.

Employees should log into myPerformance then electronically sign and submit their 2022-23 evaluation by 11:59 p.m. Tuesday, March 7.

For more information (including myPerformance training, quick reference guides, and other resources) go to wichita.edu/myPerformance.

Helpful Hints:

  • Progress through each page of the evaluation and select “save” then “submit” on the final summary page for the evaluation to be able to progress to the next phase of the cycle Wednesday, March 8 for manager signature
  • Need a copy of a past performance evaluation? Check the box that says, “Show completed and expired tasks,” then “search.”  Select the desired evaluation and “print/save to PDF.”

myPerformance training is available as an online module through myTraining and includes a condensed “myTraining for employees” version.

What is the 1095-C, and why is it needed?
The Affordable Care Act requires employers to provide an annual statement to all employees who are eligible for insurance coverage, describing the insurance available to them. This includes employees who decline to participate in the offered insurance coverage. The IRS created form 1095-C to serve as this statement.

What is on the 1095-C?
The 1095-C identifies the employee, the employer, which months during the calendar year the employee was eligible for coverage and the cost of the cheapest monthly premium the employee could have paid under that plan.

The 1095-C can now be accessed by logging into the SEHP Member Administration Portal, under forms, tax forms.

What do you do with the 1095-C?
The 1095-C does not need to be sent in with the income tax return, however employees will need the information on the 1095-C to verify that they and their family had insurance coverage for each month during the calendar year. This form needs to be kept with other tax documents.

Image showing a graphic and text with the performance evaluation cycle for non-teaching evaluations.

The 2022-23 annual non-teaching employee performance evaluations are now accessible for managers to complete the manager review step of the myPerformance evaluation cycle. The manager review should be completed by 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 28.

The 2022-23 review period began March 1, 2022 and ends on Feb. 28, 2023. Managers should first provide summary comments for expectations, competencies and goals then select ratings for all competencies. Managers can progress through each page of the evaluation and select save then submit on the final summary page for the evaluation to be able to progress to the next phase of the cycle on March 1. Managers should then meet with their employees to review and provide a copy of evaluation.

NOTE: The first step of the evaluation cycle, planning, for your 2023-24 direct reports evaluations should now be accessible to managers through myPerformance. This is available to allow managers to meet with their direct reports to discuss both the current end-of-review (2022-23 manager review) and the upcoming begin-of-review (2023-24 planning) at the same time, if desired. The 2023-24 review period for planning expectations, competencies and goals begins March 1, 2023 and ends on Feb. 29, 2024.

Helpful hints:

  • Managers have unlimited access to update and edit content in myPerformance for the 2022-23 direct report evaluations until the employee signature step begins on March 1 provided that the manager has submitted their manager review by Feb. 29. Direct reports will not have access their evaluation to complete the employee signature step (March 1-7, 2023) until the manager review step has been submitted.
  • Progress through each page of the evaluation and select save then submit on the final summary page for the evaluation to be able to progress to the next phase of the cycle on March 1 for employee signature.
  • You will continue to have access to your direct report evaluations throughout the month of February to edit content (even after selecting submit).
  • Managers can add co-planners during this step. A co-planner is someone who has managed a portion of the employee’s work assignment during the evaluation period.
  • Need a copy of a past performance evaluation? Check the box that says, “show completed and expired tasks,” then “search.” Select the evaluation and you’ll have to option to print/save to PDF.

myPerformance training is available as an online module through myTraining and includes a condensed “myTraining for managers” version.

HealthQuest logo

Employees enrolled in 2023 coverage through the State Employee Health Plan can earn a premium discount worth $480 annually and HSA/HRA rewards dollars up to $500 per year just by participating in and logging healthy activities throughout the year.

Take advantage of February HealthQuest events:

  • 2023 HealthQuest program overview video & quiz: You can earn five credits for watching this video and completing the short quiz.
  • Learning modules: You can earn up to 10 credits by completing on-demand learning modules in the HealthQuest portal. There are many different topics to choose from.
  • EAP on-demand trainings: You can earn up to 10 credits combined by completing EAP on-demand trainings that you can access through the HealthQuest portal and attending EAP webinars (max one credit per day).
  • Marathon Health chronic condition management programs: You can earn up to 10 credits by participating in and completing the criteria of the Marathon Health chronic condition management programs to earn five credits each toward your program goal.
    • Diabetes self-management, education and support program (DSMES) (five credits).
    • Healthy Hearts program (five credits).

Take advantage of some of the on-demand and online options to earn HealthQuest credits:

As part of the Marathon Health HealthQuest portal, the Healthwise portal offers tons of information about 26 topics providing a basic overview along with any medical testing and treatment options available for each topic. Check out Healthwise here.

We’ll be publishing upcoming events each month, but if you’d like to plan in advance, check out all currently scheduled HealthQuest events.

Access the HealthQuest portal and start earning your points today.