May 18, 2016

Wednesday, May 18, 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 5-16-2016, 822 evaluations for the 2015 calendar year had been completed by the units in A&F with 1917 (544 employees have goals) performance goals set for calendar year 2016.
  • By 5-16-2016, 53 face-to-face sessions have been conducted with 982 employees attending and 362 have viewed the online video in the academic sector. Training for the academic sector was completed on March 30, 2016, and HRM has reached out to employees who did not attend the previously scheduled sessions to attend make-up training offered through July or watch the available video. 
  • By 4-11-2016, 2731 performance goals for employees in the academic sector have been set for the calendar year 2016 year (767 employees have goals).
  • Issues: None at this time.
  • Activities Planned:
  • Employees and supervisors from the A&F and academic sectors will continue to finalize/modify goals and engage in feedback sessions.
  • Planning for the final phase of implementation with the Research sector will begin to be formulated, including feedback focus groups for A&F and academic employees.
  • Testing for the Onboarding tool will be occurring in May and June. 


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