Employee Access Center (EAC) is a secure online system that provides you access to certain Human Resources/Payroll information.
EAC takes your employment data directly from the district's Human Resources/Payroll system and displays the information in a user-friendly format for you to view online anywhere, anytime via a secure website.
In EAC, you can:
- update your general demographic information, including your name, address and telephone number
- view and print payroll checks issued to you
- view direct deposit information
- update your federal and state tax withholding information
- view and print your W-2 form
- view non-payroll business expense reimbursements, e.g., mileage
- view the licenses and certifications you hold and have recorded in Human Resources
EAC provides instant, anywhere access to current and past payroll data. Data created prior to July 2018 can be found in the previous employee information system, myView.
How does EAC work?
You can log onto the EAC anytime from any computer with internet access using a password that you create. After you log in, choose from a menu of options: Pay, Tax and Bank Info, Expense, Info, Leave or Licensure. Depending on the option you choose, EAC will display your up-to-date information. Within each category, you will be able to drill down on some items to obtain additional detailed information.
Can I print a copy of my paycheck stub from EAC?
Yes. You can print a copy of your paycheck stub and view it onscreen. In fact, you can print a copy of any information EAC displays.
How will I access EAC?
To access EAC, you must first register as a user.
- Employees hired prior to July 1, 2018, received access instructions in a letter sent by Human Resources through U.S. mail.
- Employees hired after July 1, 2018, will receive instructions in their new employee paperwork.
- If you did not receive instructions to register as a user, please contact Human Resources at 763-391-7007.
- If you experience login problems or you forget your password and/or user name, please send an email from your district email address to email@example.com explaining the problem you are having. Please include your employee number in the email text.
How will I gain access to EAC if I don’t use a computer in my job?
You can review EAC data from any computer with internet access, including your home computer or a public library computer. In addition, computers and printers are generally available at all district work sites.
How to log onto EAC for the first time
To log in for the first time, on the login page you will be asked to enter your User ID (Employee Number) and a temporary User Password (last 4 digits of SSN). You will be required to update your temporary password immediately after your first login.
Where to get help
Help is only an email away. If you experience login problems or you forget your password and/or user name, please send an email from your district email address to firstname.lastname@example.org explaining the problem you are having. Please include your employee number in the email text.
Frequently asked questions
How do I get into the system?
Use www.osseo.efp.tiescloud.net/eac51/Login.aspx to access the website.
What is my User ID?
Your User ID is your employee number. If you can't remember your employee number, please email Human Resources at email@example.com for assistance.
What if I can't remember or don't have a password?
The system contains a password support tool that will assist you. To use this tool, you will need to enter some information that can be referenced in the future. On the login page, follow the “forgot password” link and instructions will be sent to your email address.
How can I access my employment information (prior to July 1, 2018) in the previous system, myView?
The previous system, myView, will remain available for employees to access old information after the conversion to Employee Access Center. You will need your myView login credentials to access myView. At this time, Human Resources staff expects information in myView to be accessible until at least July 1, 2019.