Whether you’re a new manager or have been in the position for a long time, Human Resources offers a variety of tools and support, such as in-person training and online modules, to help you create effective, innovative teams.
Manager Training Resources
Human Resources offers a wide variety of instructor-led and self-paced online training programs to help managers and supervisors develop the skills and competencies they need to be effective leaders.
Return to Campus Guide
To help you prepare for your eventual return to your workplace on campus, Tufts has prepared a Return to Campus guide with helpful information about what to expect. This guide will change as new directives and information become available.
Manager’s Hiring Toolkit
No matter where you are in the hiring process, we offer the tools and resources to help managers make it from interviewing to your new hire's first day.
The Manager's Hiring Toolkit includes a series of self-led modules for every step of the process. Modules include:
- Hiring Process Overview
- Preparing for Hiring and Selection
- Conduct Interviews
- Select a Candidate
- Onboard New Employee
- Implicit Bias
- Selection Committees
- Taleo Hiring Process Overview
Depending on the responsibilities of the position, Human Resources conducts background checks on prospective staff, faculty, contractors, student employees, and volunteers.
Performance Planning and Review
The best performance and career planning comes from regular communication between you and your staff. Human Resources provides extensive tools and training to support positive conversations between managers and individual team members.
Wondering how you can reward a valued, hardworking employee? Human Resources can help you understand your options.
Human resources can help ensure that your job descriptions accurately reflect your employees’ positions and responsibilities.
Employee Self-Service (eServe)
Employee Self-Service (eServe) holds information related to your direct reports, including time-off information and the online Performance Planning and Review and Annual Merit Review systems.
You can also review your own personal information, including time-off, payroll/compensation, and benefits information.
Your Human Resources Business Partner can answer questions about developing your team and serve as a point of contact for other services and programs available through Human Resources.