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Human Resources News
Beginning Friday, Human Resources will begin using an automated, web-based exit interview process.
UT employees with at least 25 years of service were recognized this week at the university’s fall Service Awards Luncheon. Sixty-seven employees were honored for their continued contributions and loyalty to the University of Tennessee.
Over the past several months, campus and institute leaders and human resources departments have been working to implement the US Department of Labor’s changes to regulations in the Fair Labor Standards Act, which take effect December 1.
In order to gain a better understanding of the opportunities and challenges on campus and to hear directly from faculty and staff, the search committee invites you to participate in one of three listening sessions August 23–24.
Knoxville-area UT employees with at least twenty-five years of service were recognized last week at the university’s spring Service Awards Luncheon. Ninety-eight employees were honored for their continued contributions and loyalty to the University of Tennessee.
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.