- Financial Compliance Training
- How to Pay for Goods and Services
- Payment Reference Guide
- Fund Accounting
- Payroll Reconciliation
- Allowable Costs per A-21
- Cost Sharing
- Cost Transfers and Payroll Correcting Entries
- Effort Reporting
- Principal Investigator Roles and Responsibilities
- Equitable and Inclusive Hiring Practices
- HR Training
Instructions for Preventing Employment Discrimination
As you know University policy states that discrimination in the work place, or in the educational environment, is unacceptable conduct. Further it is counter-productive to our concept of a great University.
To help all employees gain a better understanding of what constitutes discrimination and how it can be prevented, UM Human Resources has developed an online Preventing Employment Discrimination Training program designed to educate employees about this highly sensitive issue. Our expectation is that every employee should take this training.
Please provide each of your employees (whether faculty or staff) with the following directions which will take them to the myHR applications page where they can access the online discrimination training module. This is in the same location as the Preventing Sexual Harassment Training employees took last year.
Please encourage your employees to review the program to ensure that they are well educated about, and fully understand the issue of, discrimination and how it affects the work environment.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Assistant Vice Chancellor Karen Touzeau, email@example.com.
Sexual Harassment Prevention Training
The training module, Harassment: What It Is and How to Stop It, will take approximately 45 minutes to complete and you will learn what constitutes appropriate conduct, both in the work and learning environment, and how to respond to misconduct. Visit the following link for instructions on taking the course: www.umsystem.edu/ums/hr/harassment_training.Answers to frequently asked questions about this training course are available online. If you have other comments or questions, please contact MU Human Resources at MU HRS Training.
The training module, Mandated Reporter Training will take approximately 20 minutes to complete. This training is designed to inform employees about their duty to report sexual misconduct and other behaviors that fall under Title IX. Visit the following link for instructions on taking the course: http://www.umsystem.edu/ums/hr/titleix/mandated-reporter-training.
If you have any issues accessing or viewing either of the courses, please contact the Human Resources Service Center at 573-884-6996 (toll free 855-524-0002) or email mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org.
Participation in these programs will benefit all of us professionally and help ensure a positive and productive workplace and educational experience for everyone affiliated with our campus community.