What’s more, Organizational Relations, Learning & Development is responsible for the design and delivery of training and development programs. It includes new employee orientation, preventing sexual harassment, online learning resources, manager's toolbox (It is a mandatory training for supervisors of classified staff. For those supervisors who need training, you may elect to take the training online or attend an on-site session. The following includes links for online training and a schedule of classes that will be offered on-site. Classes included: Performance Management, and Discrimination and Harassment.) and professional development opportunities.
* The HR Operations unit is responsible for personnel files, handling records legal requests, partnering with PBS on compliance, employment verifications, personnel file maintenance, I-9 compliance and record maintenance, background checks, exempt professional file maintenance, data entry for applicant equal employment opportunity data, maintenance of state classified, exempt professional and faculty job postings, records auditing, and updating and maintaining the Human Resources web site.
* There are 25 individuals who are directly associated with the HR Department. For the Organizational Relations, Learning & Development unit, most of staffs have bachelor's or MS degree or have experience equal to that. For the HR Operations unit, it is required for them to have at least high school degree and some working experience. Most of current employees who work in the HR Operation have bachelor's degree.
* Each of these three units has directors. They are director of Employment Services, director of Organizational Relations, director of Learning & Development and HR Operations. They are responsible for regular ongoing decisions in their