Join us for the New Virtual Supervisor Orientation!

Supervisor Orientation is now available as a seven-hour virtual training, spread out over three weeks. This program is designed to give supervisors a high-level understanding of their role and responsibilities in our organization. This orientation is required for all new supervisors, and is highly recommended for current supervisors or anyone interested in exploring advancement to a supervisory role. The training highlights the responsibilities and legal duties of supervisors and applies these to real-world scenarios. The session focuses on issue-spotting and how to address legal situations through the life cycle of an employee (hiring, performance management, end of employment). We tell you what you need to know as a supervisor about harassment, discrimination, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Family Medical Leave Act, wage and hour laws, workplace safety, and much more. If you are interested in signing up for Supervisor Orientation please do the following:

  1. Navigate to WD Learning
  2. Select “Browse Learning”
  3. Type “UCAR Virtual Supervisor Orientation” in the search bar and select the course
  4. Click the orange “enroll” button
  5. Select a date and submit (if a particular class is full, you can add yourself to the waitlist. You will be automatically enrolled if space becomes available)

If you have questions about Supervisor Orientation, contact Mary Helen Matthews regarding training content, or Devon Duncan for help with Workday registration. We look forward to having you join us! Warmly, The LEAD Team Mary Helen Matthews (Office of General Counsel) Carolyn Brinkworth, Kristen Aponte, and Katy Putsavage (Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion) Sue Brundege, Toni Wallace, and Devon Duncan (Talent & Learning Development)

Announcement Timing: 
Tuesday, July 14, 2020 to Wednesday, November 18, 2020

Posted by Devon Duncan at ext. 8716, devonduncan@ucar.edu

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