Illinois Human Resources Main Calendar
10 matches found
This seminar will address how to move a group from persistent dysfunction to constructive growth—moving from supervisory styles that support conflict (e.g., conflict-avoidant, control, and parenting) to supervision that facilitates growth by understanding the stages of group development and the advancement of problem-solving skills.
Representatives from Illinois Human Resources and the Office for Access and Equity will help new supervisors learn how to effectively utilize university employment systems to recruit, select, and hire staff in Academic Professional and Faculty member employment categories.
This seminar empowers the participants to connect and understand the importance of being culturally competent and see how through inclusivity their work environments will blossom as we maintain a community of respect and civility.
This seminar reviews policies and procedures, discusses the common mistakes made when conducting performance reviews, and provides demonstrations on how to begin the discussion between the supervisor and the employee. Content is focused on performance management of academic professionals and not on policies and procedures for tenure and non-tenure track faculty members.
The Performance Partnership Program (PPP), offered by Illinois Human Resources, is a comprehensive performance management system that provides a process for resolving employee performance, attendance, and conduct problems by focusing on adult-to-adult relationships between supervisors and employees.
Supervisors will learn how to effectively utilize university employment systems to select and hire staff in the civil service employment category. An overview of the job classification systems and salary considerations will be offered. The seminar will also address the process for internally promoting and reclassifying individuals.
Substance Abuse in the Workplace educates supervisors on how to address an impaired employee and the impact these individuals have in the workplace. Campus policies and procedures and guidance on how to consult with FSAS are included in the training. This seminar is for Deans, Directors, Department Heads, administrators, managers, supervisors, and foremen.
The Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) entitles eligible employees to take job-protected leave for specified family and medical reasons. This seminar, facilitated by HR experts, will focus on policy and helpful tips to support managers in administering FMLA for their campus units.
Participants will become acquainted with and equipped to contact key campus units to address concerns and make referrals on a range of issues, including mental health, crime prevention, and emergency planning tools.
This seminar provides managers and supervisors with guidance on the benefits of creating a departmental culture of health, practical tips on how to support health and wellness in their units, and information about how Campus Wellbeing Services can assist in this process.