Monthly Archives: May 2014

2014 Performance Evaluation Timeline and Instructions

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As we continue our rollout of the new performance management tool, process, and training, I wanted to once again share some key dates and deadlines regarding the FY2014 performance review cycle for the LITS division, along with several important tips or reminders. 2014 LITS Performance Evaluation Timeline: Manager to “create” performance evaluation in PeopleSoft HR  – system is now open for […]

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Professional Reading Series needs your help!

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LITS Human Resources and LEAF (the Library Employee Advocacy Forum) would like to hear from you! We’ve heard from employees who have expressed interest in rejuvenating the Professional Reading Series started by the library last year. The program is designed to expand learning and development for all levels of staff by offering a discussion of […]

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Ragnar Cape Cod Relay

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What does a project manager do on vacation? Well she manages a project to have a team complete the Ragnar Cape Cod Relay! One of my favorite things is to run crazy all-night relays. I have participated in over ten of them. I love it because it requires less training than for a marathon and […]

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Victoria Bradford, Supervisor, Call Center

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The newest Supervisor in the Call Center, Victoria brings a wealth of experience in this role. Previously, she spent two years at the State Roadway and Tollway Authority as the Bilingual Supervisor for their call center. Victoria was also the Bilingual Supervisor for the Georgia Department of Human Services, Division of Family and Children Services (DFACS). Victoria graduated […]

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Jeselyn Rhodes, Research Informatics Data Analyst, IT Data Mgmt & Solutions

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Jeselyn will be working on the collection of data from Grady Hospital, specifically for the Center For AIDS Research (CFAR) at Emory and the Diabetes Center at Grady. Prior to coming to Emory, she worked for a year as a scientific data analyst at the Center for Disease Control (CDC), working in the Behavioral and Clinical […]

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Remembering Bela Gazdy

Bela Gazdy passed away on May 9. I remember him as a person of great intellect and sharp wit. He was a competent and effective Unix administrator. Bela began his Emory career as a postdoctoral associate in the Chemistry department in 1986. Bela held a PhD in physics and was the author of a large […]

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Help reduce Commencement Day traffic by working a flexible schedule

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2014 Commencement is on Monday, May 12. As part of our effort to reduce the negative impact of traffic and critical parking constraints, we ask your help in actively assessing your workforce and identifying staff members who do not need to be on campus on the morning of May 12 except for mission-critical or Commencement-support […]

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