After selecting Salesforce Lightening platform as the product, CalHR was looking for a partner to implement their Discrimination Complaint Management System (DCTS). After a rigorous vetting process, they selected Touchpoints. Due to the sensitivity of the business problem and the exposure to multiple agencies and Governor’s office, it was of paramount importance for us to provide a top-class solution and deliver it on schedule. Salesforce provided the perfect platform to deliver this solution.
With support from the Product Owners and CalHR Information Technology, our Analysis team conducted requirement validation sessions to listen to the project needs. We did not just gather the requirements but engineered them so that they can be met efficiently by the Salesforce Lightening platform. Due to the short timeline, Touchpoints took a proactive approach to choosing the best configuration solutions for CalHR and provided custom coded features only when there was no other way.
The OCR process and program were not an established one and hence we had to work very closely with the Product Owners to ensure that their business objectives were met fully, and the system provided enough flexibility to scale to their future needs.
We integrated the system with the CA State Employee Directory in order to pull real-time results that can be added to the cases created in the system.
The DCTS system was deployed to production in July of 2019 and since it is a statewide system, it will be rolled out to all of the departments through a phased training schedule through the end of 2019.
Touchpoints is working on supporting the DCTS system by performing maintenance activities which are planned out to early 2020.
The DCTS system will provide an entirely new and groundbreaking way to track and view discrimination related cases for the CA State Government. It will ensure that the right resources are allocated to the right EEO Offices at the right time so that they can adequately perform their duty of supporting victims of discrimination.
In 2020, I learned that a major part of any disaster response is explaining to all citizens (and in the case of 2020 explaining to the entire world) that we must help our neighbor in times of need. People really have a hard time understanding the ‘it takes a village’ concept. I was one of two executive sponsors of the California pandemic plan in 2009, which means that I have literally read every page of the plan and edited most of them. One major underlying assumption of the 2009 California pandemic plan was that citizens of California and every state would understand that living was going to have to be altered until the pandemic was over. Most likely your individual living conditions would be altered across your city, county, state, region, country, and most likely across the world. What I learned in 2020 is that there was a very large segment of the American population that was unable to comprehend that actions taken to address a pandemic in California help people in Oklahoma, Connecticut, Europe, and Latin America. The world, our world, is really pretty small and many, many, people really don’t understand how interconnected we as humans are to all or many of the other states and regions in our own country, let alone the other countries of the world.
CalHR Announces New COVID-19 Testing/Proof of Vaccination Requirements
In light of the increased cases and hospitalizations associated with the COVID-19 Delta Variant, today CalHR announced new COVID-19 Testing and proof of vaccination requirements.
All State agencies are mandated to establish periodic testing of non-vaccinated (or those who have not furnished proof of vaccination) employees. Additionally, self-attestation of vaccination will no longer be accepted as proof. Employees will be required to either go to the California Department of Public Health website and obtain a QR code that they have been vaccinated or provide a copy of their vaccination card.
Employees who elect not to furnish proof of vaccination will be subject to masking and periodic testing requirements. Here is a link to the CDPH web page where employees can obtain a digital copy of their vaccination record: https://myvaccinerecord.cdph.ca.gov.
Some have inquired whether requests for proof of vaccination violate HIPAA. HIPAA is a law which applies to health care providers, health plans and health clearinghouses. It does not apply to employers or employee records. Further, the State is not presently mandating proof of vaccine, though it would likely be legal if it did. Employees can elect to decline to provide proof of vaccination if they are willing to adhere to the masking and testing requirements.
Given the impact COVID-19 continues to have, particularly with the unvaccinated, CSLEA supports following the guidance of the CDC and CDPH and encourages employees to get vaccinated unless the employee has either a medical condition or legitimate religious practice which exempts them. The longer the disease continues on its present course, the greater the chance of a mutation which renders current vaccines ineffective.
CSLEA is in the process of confirming that testing will be done at no cost to the employee and on State time and how employees will be compensated for self-quarantine if mandated to do so. A copy of the CalHR notification is attached here:
Should you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us at [email protected] or 1.800.522.2873.
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A New Message from Savings Plus
In an effort to reduce the potential spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), the Savings Plus Walk in Center is now virtual. Even though our staff is working remotely, we're still here to help you with your retirement planning needs.
While Retirement Specialist worksite visits, walk-in business, and face-to-face meetings have been temporarily suspended, we're providing webinars and virtual appointments. Please visit our registration page for upcoming webinars, dates and times.
Additionally, we made it easier to schedule a virtual appointment or sign up for a webinar with your local Retirement Specialist.
The Savings Plus Solutions Center remains open 5 a.m. to 8 p.m. PT Monday – Friday at (855) 616-4776. We are here to assist you with your account, including initiating transactions, such as: exchanges, loans, unforeseeable emergencies, hardships, and other transactions.
You may fax any completed form to (877) 677-4329 or contact the Customer Solutions Center at (855) 616-4776 to obtain the form to submit by DocuSign.
Continue to access your account and process transactions online. If you are having trouble logging in, please use the Forgot Username and/or Forgot Password feature for assistance.
Email us at [email protected] for all other inquiries. We thank you for your patience and remain committed to providing you with secure access to your account. Please do not convey any investment trade instructions through e-mail, as it will not be honored. You may submit investment trade requests by logging in to your account or by contacting the Savings Plus Solutions Center.
Discover your options and get the answers you need to prepare for important decisions about your health, dental, and vision plans at the first Virtual Open Enrollment Fair for state employees. View on-demand webinars for health, dental, vision and voluntary plans as well as additional Open Enrollment resources through October 15. Select the above image for more information.
WHAT WE DO
The CalHR Benefits Division is responsible for the design, acquisition, and oversight of the statewide employee benefit programs. This includes dental, vision, flexible spending accounts, wellness, employee recognition, retirement, life, long-term disability and legal insurance, and other statewide benefit programs. Through effective stakeholder collaboration and partnerships, the Division ensures the state employees, retirees and their dependents have access to competitive, quality and affordable benefits. Successful delivery of these responsibilities enables the state, as an employer, to offer optimal benefits packages for recruiting and contributes to maintaining a top-performing workforce.
CalHR Mission and Vision
The California Department of Human Resources (CalHR) is responsible for all issues related to employee salaries and benefits, job classifications, civil rights, training, exams, recruitment and retention. For most employees, many of these matters are determined through the collective bargaining process managed by CalHR.
Our Vision: To be the premier leader and trusted partner in innovative human resources management.
Our Mission: To provide exceptional human resources leadership and services with integrity, respect and accountability to state departments and all current and prospective employees.
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