The staff of the Knoxville campus Human Resources office has moved to 105 Student Services Building in Circle Park, in close proximity to Andy Holt Tower, the Communications Building, and the McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture.
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Alica Shamblin has been promoted to the position of manager of recruitment. Shamblin has worked in the Human Resources office for the past year. During her time at UT, she has worked on both recruitment and employee relations assignments. Shamblin replaces Ashlie Czyz, who was recently promoted to director of HR services and executive recruiter for the UT System.
Looking back at the previous year’s accomplishments and challenges is essential for professional development. The annual performance review is an opportunity for supervisors and employees to discuss performance, goals and objectives, expectations, and accomplishments. Get some quick tips for effective performance reviews and learn about pitfalls to avoid.
Whether you are decorating, creating the perfect holiday meal, planning gatherings, mailing the holiday cards, stretching your dollars as far as they will possibly go—or wishing the holidays would just be over—stress will likely be along for the ride.
The Knoxville area Human Resources office is divided into four units that serve all campus and Knoxville-area employees and includes Recruitment, Compensation, Employee Relations, and Employee Records.
Welcome to HR Connection, a new series of stories from the Knoxville-area Human Resources team to better inform you of the benefits, services and opportunities available to you as an employee.
Mary Lucal has been named associate vice chancellor for human resources. Lucal has been serving as the interim assistant vice chancellor since February and has worked for UT for nearly a decade.
Employees and covered spouses currently enrolled in the Partnership PPO who have been contacted for health coaching in 2015 must complete a biometric health screening by July 15.
Four Human Resources policies have been updated, and the changes are effective May 1, 2015.
Effective June 30, 2015, the pay grade minimums for all regular staff salary schedules will be updated based on a market analysis. As a result, approximately 150 employees will receive pay increases.