Human Resources Training and Event Services
Human Resources’ six module Supervisor Training Series has been streamlined and will be offered again in 2015. It is expected that all supervisors at Michigan Tech complete the now three part series. If you have previously completed one or more of these sessions, you will not need to retake the session. All supervisors will receive an individual letter from Human resources in December 2014 regarding which session(s) they need to complete.
If you are not a supervisor, but are interested in attending one of the sessions, you are welcome to register and attend.
Please click here to register.
Part One: Services & Functions of HR & Institutional Equity
Part Two: Day to Day Supervision
Part Three: Maximizing Performance
This session will cover strategies for maximizing employee performance. Topics will include: Departmental Onboarding, Developing Competencies, Employee Coaching, Feedback and Recognition, and Open Communication.
Staff Search Committee Certification
This two part certification covers best practices and legal aspects of conducting a dynamic search and successfully hiring the best candidate.
Effective July 1 2014, completion of this certification is required for all employees who will serve as a search committee chair and is strongly encouraged for all staff who will serve on a search committee. Effective July 1 2015, completion of this certification is required for all staff who will serve on a search committee.
Part 1: Attend “Recruiting and Hiring” Training Session
This training covers each step of the staff hiring process, provides direction for effective interviewing, and delivers other resources to support recruitment and hiring. Human Resources and Office of Institutional Equity staff present this session a couple times each year.
To register for an upcoming session, please click here.
Part 2: Complete “Best Practices of Staff Hiring (Legal Aspects)” Online Course
This online course was designed by staff in the Office of Institutional Equity. It consists of a 35 minute audio/PowerPoint presentation, hiring scenarios you read and respond to, and a brief survey.
This course is made available to staff who successful complete Part 1.