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November 16, 2015

Monday, November 16, 2015

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

  • Activities and Accomplishments:
  • By the end of October, visits were completed with 21 campus leaders or groups of leaders to discuss the next phase of the performance management system.
  • Phase II staff and supervisory contacts are being  contacted to set up training on goal setting and Phase I training on conducting performance reviews will be scheduled.
  • As of the beginning of October, about 700 position descriptions of recently filled positions were made available to campus managers and employees via the Talent Development system. A monthly process has been established to load position descriptions for new hires to the Talent Development system.
  • Issues: None at this time.
  • Planned Activities:
  • We will begin to formulate plans about how to load position descriptions for current position incumbents.

A timeline and project tasks have been finalized for getting photos from the KU Card system for the Employee Profile in the Talent Development system with a target implementation date of December 17th



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