June 15, 2016

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Progress made this reporting period:

Human Resources Unit:  create strategic role and redesign organizational chart

  • This project is complete.

Hiring and Recruiting:  streamline processes and increase HR workflow implementation

  • This project is complete.

Job Descriptions:  standardize descriptions and create KUL/KUEC salary bands

  • This project is complete.

Performance Management:  redesign and implement improved processes

  • Accomplishments:
  • By 6/14, 819 of 925 annual evaluations for the 2015 calendar year have been completed by units in A&F. 607 employees have goals set for 2016; 707 do not have goals.
  • Two training sessions per month are offered. Attendance has been less than 10 each session since campus users are becoming more familiar with the system. The online video continues to be viewed with approximately 10 viewing each week which demonstrates a greater reliance on the video training, rather than classroom instruction.
  • By 6/14, 814 employees from the academic sector have goals set; 389 do not have goals.
  • Issues:  None at this time.
  • Plans:
  • Phase III for the Research sector will begin in August with the offer of a demo to sector leadership.
  • In October HRM will begin reaching out to departments to schedule training for all employees after the first of the year.
  • Around January 1, 2017, training will begin for all Phase III employees with in person training and a video option.

Around March 30, 2017, training will complete for all Phase III employees, and HRM will begin reaching out to those who did not attend training.



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