HR Update

Dwayne Holmes in the recycling facility with a cart
Meet Dwayne Holmes
Saturday, January 1, 2022 - 12:00

“I came to the University for the benefits, and I’m staying at the University for the benefits. I get paid holidays, vacations, and sick leave, as well as flexibility, stability, and health insurance. This is a place where I can work until I retire. And when I retire, I’ll have a University pension.

“At U Services, we try to keep things out of the landfill, whether through recycling or through our ReUse facility. The roles we play at the University are different than in a lot of private sector jobs. Every day we’re learning new things, and we regularly get training that helps us get better at our jobs and gain new skills.

“If you’re bored at your job, come work at U Services. We’ll match your skills and abilities to a job that’s right for you.”—Dwayne Holmes, Delivery Service Driver, Teamsters Local 320

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Preventing Sexual Misconduct, Discrimination, and Retaliation course enrollments continue to be paused due to accessibility issues on the part of the vendor. 

Exception form for new staff and/or union faculty positions that are not in the approved budget, and/or a new or replacement positions that pay more than $75,000/year.

Attend one of two sessions, or submit feedback via a form.

The University supports AFSCME employees participating in the "Day on the Hill" event.

Specific roles at the University will have to complete a required online course on disability accommodations and inclusive course design this spring.