ATTENTION: Please read the Spike of Phishing During This Pandemic posted in this page.
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  UKG Workforce Dimensions

Click here for UKG SSO Quick Time Punch

Click here for UKG SS1 Workforce Management

NOTE: UKG Workforce Dimension Quick Time Punch is also availalble in the menu (on the left side of the screen). Please familiarized yourself since the link above will be taken out in the future.

Click here to view UKG WFD Manager Training Video

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 Error: Punch Rejected! No location data.

This error occurs when you punch-in/out to a device where the location is not registered in the system, or you are punching using a desktop computer where location is not accurate enough for geofencing.

Geofencing accuracy is inconsistent on most desktop computers, and added to this issue is each Internet browser has different policies and method for acquiring geofencing data. We tested several Internet browsers and we found Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome to work perfectly with UKG geofencing.

Therefore, if you are experiencing problems with our new Time Keeping apps, please try Microsoft Edge browser to punch-in/out. Microsoft Edge is automatically installed and the default browser in Windows 10 operating system. If the desktop you are using to clock-in/out doesn’t have Microsoft Edge or Google Chrome installed, please call Helpdesk and we are happy to help you.

*Geofencing (or virtual boundary) is a location-based service that triggers an action when a device enters or exit a virtual boundary set up around a geographical location.

 Salute to YCS Frontliners

As COVID-19 has devastated the state of New Jersey, time feels like it has slowed to a standstill. While most of us have stayed and worked at home for several weeks now, others -- especially the YCS essential workers who continously work in the frontline – have diligently carried out their tasks amid the fear of being infected by the life threatening virus. We salute you, our frontliners, for your dedication in sustaining the key functions of the agency: the care and protection of YCS children.

--YCS IT Team
  Spike of Phishing During This Pandemic

Our fears are “business opportunities” to some, and so we see the rise of cyber-attacks all over the world, and YCS systems and network are no exemption. In fact, cyber-attacks have almost doubled in the months of February and March this year. Cyber criminals are exploiting the current pandemic, and use it as emotional bait in sending phishing emails.

Most of these phishing emails have Microsoft Word or PDF attachments laced with malware that present fictitious safety measures or infection maps about COVID-19, or hyperlinks to donation page to help victims of corona virus asking you to donate money in a form of bitcoin. Other malicious emails entice you to download and install apps which gather personal information about you when you use these trojan horse programs.

Cyber criminals don’t limit themselves to phishing. Some of these criminals bought domain names, the reason why there are hundreds of potentially shady websites that suddenly popped up on the Internet that claim to offer discounted face masks, and other virus-protection related gears. Beware, there is no guarantee that some of these products even exist.

With public concerns around COVID-19 are growing, there will be scam attempts referencing the corona virus. Thus, we encourage you to be extra cautious despite the SPAM filtering device we put in place that block unwanted emails going unto our mail servers. Here are some friendly suggestions on how to protect yourself from these malicious emails and fraudulent websites:

Against Malicious Emails:

  • Make sure you know the sender of an email.
  • Do not click the links of an email or open any attachments unless you are absolutely sure the email is authentic.
  • Should you really feel to open a link, place your mouse pointer over the link to see if it is actually sending you to the right website.
  • Be extra cautious if the email tone is urgent.

Against Malicious Websites:

  • Make sure URLs are spelled correctly.
  • Directly type the URL in the search bar instead of clicking a provided link.
  • When shopping on the Internet, check to see if the website address starts with HTTPS or there is a padlock icon.
  • Never use unsecured public WIFI when shopping or doing banking online.

--YCS IT Team
 Netsmart's Evolv
Recycle Starting October 1, 2015, YCS will be using Netsmart Evolv for clients' electronic records. MyEvol documents are now available online and you can download it here...
  IT Tips
Is the slideshow on sliding too fast?

No problem! There is a way you can stop the slider so you can read the caption on each pictures. Just hover your mouse pointer over to the picture and the slideshow will stop; move the mouse pointer away from the frame of the slider and the slideshow will continue.

You can also navigate through the slides by clicking on the circles below the slider.

Compatibility View with Internet Explorer 9/10

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Liberty Mutual Insurance Program

Liberty Mutual

A Message From Liberty Mutual Insurance

Liberty Mutual has partnered with YCS to offer employees special savings on quality auto and home insurance during your open enrollment period.1 And with benefits such as Loss Forgiveness2 and Accident Forgiveness3, and discounts such as Multi-Policy and Protective Devices, you’ll worry less and save more. You can also sign up for Payroll Deduction, and your Liberty Mutual Insurance monthly premium will be automatically deducted from your paycheck.4 Contact your local agent, Jason Tansey at 201-845-4300 ext. 51062, or visit Liberty Mutual to learn more or get a free quote.

1Auto and home insurance is a voluntary benefit, and you can switch anytime throughout the year. You are not limited to the open enrollment period.
2Subject to eligibility requirements. Benefits and eligibility requirements may vary by state.
3Accident Forgiveness is subject to terms and conditions of Liberty Mutual’s eligibility guidelines. Not available in CA and may vary by state.
4Payroll deduction available only through employer affinity groups.