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).
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Cedar Valley’s Bike to Work Week is taking place from May 11-15. In the spirit of this week, UNI Employee Well-being encourages you to get active, and also, show us! Individuals that post a picture of themselves biking to work during this week, will be entered in a drawing for an exciting incentive prize! Picture submissions should be added to the Employee Well-being Facebook page by Sunday, May 17, as winners will be announced the following Monday!
UNI Employee Well-being is excited to announce the introduction of the “Well-being Champion.” Well-being Champions are individuals who work to communicate well-being activities on campus, get faculty and staff involved in these activities, and overall, help contribute to a positive culture of well-being at UNI! If you know someone who is deserving of this nomination, fill out the nomination form today! Winners are eligible for an incentive prize!
TIAA-CREF’s workshop leader will show you the real impact of budgeting and debt – and how to help make your money work. Spend a little time and learn valuable budgeting and debt management skills. This seminar is a brown bag lunch event so please feel free to bring your lunch.
Spouses and guests are welcomed to accompany an employee to this event. Join us on Monday, April 20, 2015 from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. in Gilchrist Hall 007/009. For more information, please review the event poster.
Beginning Monday, May 11, 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 14. Please coordinate department operations accordingly and communicate changes to affected staff.
Employees are invited to attend a spine and health lunch and learn presentation conducted by Wayson Family Chiropractic. Focuses will center around how exercise affects the spine, how certain foods can harm or heal, and how a Doctor of Chiropractic may help when you are in pain. Employees are invited to bring their lunches, and water and ice tea will be provided. The presentation will take place on Thursday, April 16, from 12:00 p.m.-1:00 p.m. in Gilchrist 007.
UNI Employee Well-being is offering a free Biometric Health Screening to all employees on Friday, May 15 from 7:00 to 8:45 a.m. in Gilchrist 007/009. This screening determines your overall health and assesses your risk for medical conditions, and it is a proven way to save on future healthcare expenses. ALL employees, even in the best health, can benefit! Register online and view the FAQ's.
Employees are invited to attend an educational session on UNI's process and procedure for workplace accommodation requests under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Recent reporting from the CDC noted that flu activity continues to expand. With the start of the spring semester now is a good time to remind the campus community of good prevention tips in an effort to minimize the spread of the flu. If you are exhibiting symptoms of the flu please remain home while you are ill, to avoid further spread. For more information visit: www.uni.edu/hrs/FluPrevention