Travel Office Hours Available Today

Do you have questions about processing travel? The Travel Office staff will be available today from 10:30 a.m. to noon for office hours.  Office hours are not formal training sessions, but if you have a question, you can pop into the session to ask your question and receive guidance. It is just another opportunity to receive assistance, and who knows, someone else may be asking a question while you are there that is going to help you as well! It is just another great way to connect. The zoom link is located on the EDP calendar in the event description. 

Several office hour sessions and formal training sessions are available throughout the month of May. There will also be a representative from Anthony Travel joining us May 19 and May 20. If you need a refresher or have never used the Concur booking tool, join us for either session. Registration is available on the EDP calendar.

Additional resources and materials are available on the Workday Training website. A Travel Survival Guide section has been created and contains several quick reference guides and links to other pertinent websites. Check back often as additional quick reference guides will be added and updated as needed.



Kim Gilbert, manager of travel services
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