PULLMAN – The Supervisory Training Series for fall semester 2010 will begin Wednesday, Oct. 6, with “The Roles and Responsibilities of the Supervisor” and “The Supervisor as Communicator.”
Civil service entry-level supervisors and managers are required to begin this training within six months of their appointment – 12 months if organizational circumstances require their attendance be postponed.
Entry-level supervisors and managers who feel they may be exempt from this training can download, complete and return the audit form to Employee Training and Development, campus zip code 1014.
Supervisors and managers exempt from the training requirement are invited to attend all or part … » More …
PULLMAN – This semester’s Supervisory Training Series will begin Tuesday, Feb. 16 with “The Roles and Responsibilities of the Supervisor” and “The Supervisor as Communicator.”
Human Resource Services continuation of this training series is in accordance with Civil Service Reform and WAC 357-34.
Civil Service entry level supervisors and managers are required to begin the training within six months of their appointment (twelve months if organizational circumstances require their attendance be postponed). If you are an entry level supervisor and manager and you feel you may be exempt from this training, download and complete the audit form and return to Employee Training and Development, Campus … » More …
Human Resource Services (HRS) and the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) are providing assistance to employees whose positions are being cut or reduced due to upcoming budget reductions.
Several general information sessions will be offered for faculty and staff beginning May 4-27 with representatives from HRS benefits, EAP and, for the faculty sessions, the vice provost of faculty affairs. For a schedule of sessions, including those offered via Washington Educational Conferencing Network (WECN), click here.
The main HRS website also offers a variety of resources and information regarding:
continuing benefits coverage
retirement plan options
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The annual Employee Benefits Fair for the Pullman campus will be noon-3 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 29, French Ad/Lighty second floor atrium.
More than 30 vendors will be available to answer questions about plans and changes.
For more information, contact Human Resource Services at 335-4521.
A series of informal workshops is helping administrative professional (AP) managers and supervisors learn from each others’ experiences and tap into the expertise that exists within the WSU ranks.The next workshop is scheduled for noon-1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 26, in Lighty 405. The topic, “Supervising Temporary Employees,” will be presented by Laurie Stemmene, Human Resource Services; Jane Parker, Student Advising and Learning Center; and Barb Hammond, Counseling Services.The workshops are offered by the Administrative Professional Advisory Council (APAC) and Human Resource Services. Participants are encouraged to bring their lunches.Topics scheduled for future workshops include leave policies, dealing with staff issues, performance management and more. Enrollment … » More …