TIAA will host a seminar on June 30, 2016 from 3-4 p.m. in Gilchrist rooms 007/009. All are welcome to attend. To register for this event, you can call 800-732-8353. Employees will also receive an email invitation with registration and further details. Space is limited to 50 participants, so don't delay in registering!
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UNI Employee Well-being invites you to participate in the Burst Your Thirst Challenge from June 13th to July 22nd! Teams of 2-10 individuals engage in competition to track water consumption and physical activity to advance on the leaderboard! Additionally, UNI employees will be provided with weekly emails and opportunities to win incentive prizes from Employee Well-being! For more information and to register a team, visit the Live Healthy Iowa webpage and use to Group ID: LHIUNI.
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Seasonal employment is short-term, temporary employment for true seasonal operations. At UNI, this would be limited to summer athletic camps and some academic summer camps. Seasonal employment is coordinated through Human Resource Services (HRS). Seasonal staff may not be hired or begin work until proper approvals have been obtained using the Seasonal Employment Pre-Approval Form. Learn more regarding other requirements and appropriate forms on the Hiring Seasonal Employees webpage.
If you would like to use all of the features found in HRS forms, please access the Portable Document Format (PDF) Forms support page. This support page offers solutions to common issues viewing PDFs from the HRS website. The support page is a resource to assist the steps to download the PDF forms, advantages of using Adobe® Reader®, and successfully editing the forms.
Beginning Monday, May 9, summer hours for university offices will be 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Summer hours will remain in effect through Friday, August 12. Please coordinate department operations accordingly and communicate changes to affected staff.
Not everyone likes all forms of recognition. It is suggested that for more public forms of recognition, that one first determines that person's comfort level with public recognition.
For many employees the annual performance appraisal is a dreaded process. However, there are many general tips that can enhance the effectiveness of the appraisal, the appraisal discussion, and to facilitate ongoing feedback between an employee and their supervisor. First of all, why are performance appraisals important?
UNI Human Resource Services is offering a training session on Leave Requests under the Family and Medical Leave Act for UNI employees and supervisors to attend. The training session will be offered on Wednesday, March 23rd, from 3-4 p.m. in GIL 007/009. This session will provide information on the University's process, procedure, and policies related to the Family Medical Leave Act. Please register in advance.
On Friday, March 25th, Employee Well-being will be hosting a biometric screening along with health professionals from Wheaton Franciscan Wellness Services. This will take place in Gilchrist Hall rooms 007/009, from 7-9:30 a.m. University of Northern Iowa faculty or staff members interested in this biometric health screening should register in advance.