HR Lunch & Learn Series

Explore the HR educational sessions that will be offered March 2017 - June 2017. Questions? Email David Zajchowski for more information.

March Sessions

Principles of Inclusivity Webinar (Sponsored by CUPA-HR)

Presented by: Annette Denny, Organizational and Human Development Coordinator, University of Waterloo & Katrina Di Gravio, Director, Organizational and Human Development University of Waterloo
Date & Time: March 1, 2017 (1:00pm - 2:00pm)
Location: Crummer - Room 220

Session Summary: Understanding diversity and integrating inclusive practices within your institution are critical to attracting talent, engaging employees and driving organizational excellence. But exactly how is this accomplished? This webinar will highlight the University of Waterloo's award-winning Principles of Inclusivity certificate program, which develops awareness, creates dialogue and facilitates cultural competence. Discover how you can advocate and champion inclusive practices at your institution, be adaptive and lead others to support diversity and commit to inclusivity.
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Starting New Hires Off on the Right Foot: Why Onboarding is Important

Presented by: Julia Szenberg, HR Specialist - Talent Programs & David Zajchowski, Assistant Director HR - Talent Programs
Date & Time: March 22, 2017 (12:30pm - 1:30pm)
Location: Crummer - Room 220

Session Summary: Congratulations! Now that you have selected the best candidate, successful onboarding is a great opportunity to make a continued positive impression and to introduce your new employee to the wonderful traditions, history, and culture of the Rollins community. Why is onboarding so important?

  • Up to 20% of employee turnover happens in the first 45 days (source)
  • The organizational costs of employee turnover are estimated to range between 100% and 300% of the replaced employee’s salary (source)
  • 60% of companies fail to set milestones or goals for new hires (source)
  • It typically takes eight months for a newly hired employee to reach full productivity (source)

An excellent onboarding process takes time and includes more than just new hire paperwork, initial orientation and welcome to the team. Onboarding should be designed as an ongoing process involving continuous feedback and dialogue. Effective onboarding will result in job performance and satisfaction, organizational commitment, and retention. Come learn how you can be a part of starting new hires off on the right foot!
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April Sessions

How to Complete Personal Action Forms & Payroll Overview

Presented by: Kathy Custer, Assistant Director - Payroll & Diana Slanco, HR Data Records Specialist
Date & Time: April 12, 2017 (12:30pm - 1:30pm)
Location: Crummer - Room 220

Session Summary: Want some ‘tricks and tips’ for TimeClock Plus?  How about entering PTO correctly, stopping the auto lunch deduction, setting up My Dashboard, approving timecards and adding Closure days? Do you have questions about correctly completing a PAF? Would you like to understand what everything is on your W-2 and why the wages reported are different than the actual amount you received?   Have you ever been confused by the items on your paystub and would like to know how to get more details from FoxLink? In this session, we can show you all that, plus more, so bring your questions and be prepared to leave with everything you’ll need to know!
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The Marshmallow Metaphor

Presented by: David Zajchowski, Assistant Director HR - Talent Programs, Jennifer Addleman, Assistant Director - Benefits and Wellness & Lauren Mickler, HR Specialist - Benefits and Wellness
Date & Time: April 19, 2017 (12:30pm - 1:30pm)
Location: Faculty Club

Session Summary: This fun and interactive session encourages staff members and teams to experience simple but profound lessons in collaboration, innovation and creativity – all of which lie at the heart of fulfilling the mission of Rollins College. Participants will engage in a fast and powerful activity that will help improve a team’s capacity to generate ideas, build relationships with colleagues and emphasize the importance of diverse perspectives.  This activity has been conducted by tens of thousands of people in every continent, from the CFOs of the Fortune 50 to students at all levels. The lessons learned are universal.  Are you ready for the challenge?
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May Sessions

Wage & Hour Rules Overview

Presented by: Matt Hawks, HR Director
Date & Time: May 3, 2017 (12:30pm - 1:30pm)
Location: Bush - Room 202

Session Summary: The Fair Labor Standards Act establishes minimum wage, overtime, record keeping and employment standards that all affect all employees.  Do you know what constitutes compensable work time under the FLSA?  Do you know when commuting time, travel time, on call time, break time, meal periods, and attendance at off campus meetings and events constitutes compensable work time and when it does not?  If you are non-exempt or supervise and approve time cards for non-exempt staff, you need to understand these rules.  This session will provide a general overview and Q&A surrounding these work time rules under FLSA.
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What Are Microaggressions?

Presented by: David Zajchowski, Assistant Director HR - Talent Programs & Mary Robinson, Office Coordinator and Co-Chair Rollins Diversity Council
Date & Time: May 17, 2017 (12:30pm - 1:30pm)
Location: Bush - Room 202

Session Summary: Stories of diversity and inclusion can enrich a campus community and move the institution along the path to greater cultural understanding and competence. Microaggressions are described as brief and commonplace verbal, behavioral or environmental indignities, whether intentional or unintentional, that communicate hostile, derogatory or negative slights and insults. This session will explore different themes, examples and implicit messages that generate conversations around other ways of thinking and communicating.
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June Sessions

Learn to Use Lynda.com

Presented by: David Zajchowski, Assistant Director HR - Talent Programs and Dorothy Mays, Associate Professor/Head of Public Services (Olin Library)
Date & Time: June 21, 2017 (12:30pm - 1:30pm)
Location: Crummer - Room 220

Session Summary: Lynda.com is a leading online learning company that helps users develop business, software, technology, and creative skills to achieve personal and professional goals.  As a Rollins employee you have free access through the Olin Library to thousands of courses via individual instructional videos. This session will show you how to access and use Lynda.com for your personal and professional development
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Benefits Tips & Tricks

Presented by: Jennifer Addleman, Assistant Director HR - Benefits and Wellness & Lauren Mickler, HR Specialist - Benefits and HR Data Records
Date & Time: June 28, 2017 (12:30pm - 1:30pm)
Location: Crummer - Room 222 NOTE ROOM CHANGE!

Session Summary: Would you like to learn how to maximize your Rollins benefits? Join us for our Lunch and Learn session on Benefits Tips and Tricks!

You’ll learn how to:

  • Earn up to $450 in gift cards with our Rally wellness program
  • Fully navigate the ICUBA website
  • Check HRA/FSA balances and submit claims
  • Search medical, dental and vision providers
  • Experience $0 copay on primary care visits with Blue Distinction physicians
  • Understand an EOB (Explanation of Benefits) to prevent being overcharged for medical claims
  • Claim tuition benefits
  • Maximize your retirement savings

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