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New! HR Intranet

NEW!  Human Resources for Employees – our HR Intranet site!

Many of you shared it is not easy to access or find the HR information you need.  We heard you and we have redesigned our content to better meet all our employees’ needs.

Here’s an overview of what you will find on our new HR Intranet site:

  • Communication, Communication, Communication.  Visit us and learn more about our HR programs and what’s happening next when it comes to important HR dates for all employees.   
  • Your Career.  Build an exciting career with DCSD.  This page will be developed to help employees realize the many choices to a rewarding career pathway here in DCSD!
  • Your Compensation.  Still wondering how Market Based Pay or how Pay for Performance works?  Check out this page for this information and much more!
  • Your Workplace.  Find information on what HR is doing to promote a positive work environment!  
  • Hiring.  This tab provides hiring managers and office support staff all the information they need to navigate our hiring process from posting a position to accepting an offer.
  • New Employees – Check out these new employee checklists aimed to help new employees navigate their first day, month and year in DCSD.  
  • Evaluations – Supervisors and employees can visit this tab for year-round information on goal-setting, mid-year conversations, year-end evaluations and more!

Click here to visit our new HR intranet site – Human Resources for EmployeesYou can find this link on the DSCD website’s A-Z directory under the Employee Resources section or under the letter “H.”  Visit us often as we continue to add more resources to support all of our employees!

April 19, 2016 | By slmanitoken | Category: Human Resources for Employees

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