This session will explore the history of the public affairs mission of the University and how to become a more engaged Citizen Bear by modeling the three pillars of the public affairs mission. Space is limited. Register today through My Learning Connection for the following session: 4/11/19 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. … [Read more...] about Public Affairs Mission: What Does It Mean? Can You Relate?
Mercy/Med-Pay Onsite Support If you currently participate in the Medical health insurance provided by the University and, have had any issues with claims or the processing/billing of your claims, or sometimes just wish you had a better understanding of how your medical and dental benefits worked. Then come meet with a representative to help you with your needs. … [Read more...] about Mercy/Med-Pay Onsite Support – March 28th
Human Resources will provide you with the tools needed to successfully hire your camp staff. Please plan to attend April 3, 2019, from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm in Pummill Hall Room 201. Register today in My Learning Connection for Summer Camp Hiring Procedures. Human Resources staff will update you regarding: The required background checks New employee paperwork … [Read more...] about Summer Camp Hiring
In the workplace, your communication skills—both written and verbal—can help or hinder your performance. Whether it is writing a report or delivering a presentation, your ability to convey ideas and messages clearly, succinctly and with conviction establishes a connection with others and leaves a positive impression. This 90-minute session will help you communicate better in … [Read more...] about Business Communications
Solutions to Address Retirement Income Challenges: This seminar will offer tips and strategies that can help you as you plan for retirement: It will include the risk of losing your greatest asset (income) and its impact on your ability to achieve a full retirement. The risks include an unexpected death or loss of income due to disability and then will address what … [Read more...] about Ameriprise will be on campus March 5th