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  • New Employees in November
  • Staff Senate Update
  • New Benefits Program
  • OK-My Heart Program
  • Avoiding Winter Health & Safety Risks
  • December Purchasing Deadlines
  • Payroll Deadlines
  • Broncho Brags
  • December Birthdays
  • Professional Development
  • Years of Service
  • Wellness Center Update

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Exceptional Performance Awards

Fiscal Year 2015 Award Winners

  • 1st  Qtr - Angela Morris, Staff Writer CFAD
  • 2nd Qtr 
  • 3rd  Qtr
  • 4th  Qtr

Employee Relations

The mission of Employee Relations & Development is to enhance productivity and job satisfaction by improving interpersonal relationships and resolving disputes. Employee Relations serves the University, its management and staff in the interpretation and enforcement of University policies, procedures, practices, and external regulations related to labor/staff relations. We also provide leadership and education in the identification and resolution of concerns related to the management of University staff.

Employee Relations services include:

  • Human Resources policy and procedure interpretation and administration
  • Consultation and administration of Corrective Action process
  • Consultation and advisement on performance and conduct management
  • Consultation on staff mediation, grievance and complaint process
  • Assistance with the development of performance standards, performance evaluations and the  performance improvement process
  • Consultation and assistance with conflict resolution between two or more parties through facilitation and discussion
  • Coordination and scheduling of mediation sessions
  • Consultation with individuals to cultivate positive relationships and improve the work environment
  • Training on a variety of employee-related topics
  • Coordination of Employee Assistance Program (EAP) services
  • Assistance with the exit interview process and maintainance of exit interview data.

Please contact Employee Relations at (405) 974-2932 for assistance.

Development plays a strong role in employee relations.
In response to many requests for more learning opportunities in employee relations, we host routine professional development opportunities, which can be enrolled for through the  Learning Center.  We have also provided managers and supervisors with additional information and forms regarding Performance Management by logging into our Wiki Central site TEAM.Management_Central.

Our most popular developmental classes are:

Our most popular Award Programs are:

 Our Employee Relations personnel:

  • Carrie Irwin, Employee Relations Manager  (405) 974-2327
  • Employee Relations Specialist  (405) 974-2932