Whether you’re a new manager or have been in the position for a long time, Human Resources offers resources and support, such as in-person training and online tools, to help you create effective, innovative teams. 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.
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.
This toolkit provides tools and resources you can use throughout the interview and selection process. The toolkit includes sessions to help you prepare for an interview, tips on selection criteria, and a checklist for onboarding new employees.
Depending on the responsibilities of the position, Human Resources conducts background checks on prospective staff, faculty, contractors, student employees, and volunteers.
Staff Development Resources
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.
Your Human Resources Business Partner is here to help you determine how and when to reward your staff with a merit increase.
Your Human Resources Business Partner can also work with you to ensure your job descriptions accurately reflect your employees’ positions and responsibilities.
Log in to Employee Self-Service (eServe) to view your direct reports’ time-off information and to access the online Performance Planning and Review and Annual Merit Review systems. You can also review your own personal information such as time off, payroll/compensation, and benefits information.