UHR|Connect July 2016


uhr-connect july 2016 cover pageKeeping in mind our goal to more advantageously partner with our campus colleagues and provide the best quality services, we implemented the HR Service Partners (HRSP) group in April of 2015.  The HR Service Partners provide strategic input to UHR services and processes.  The primary responsibility of an HRSP member is to ensure that his/her organization’s overarching human resources practices are followed in accordance with UHR and system-wide policies, Federal/State laws and regulations, and accepted best-practices. HRSP is still going strong!

In order to continue to build upon these partnerships and enhance the quality of processing of HR transactions, another team, the HR Service Representatives (HRSR) was brought together in March 2016.  This group is comprised of the hands-on unit employees who carry-out the various human resources processes.  Their objective is to enhance the quality and efficiency of UHR-related transactions, communications, programs, and initiatives within their department/college/unit.   HRSR responsibilities may include: providing input and feedback on current processes and improvements, acting as a liaison from/to UHR for their departments, acting as the point of contact for all UHR service areas including Benefits, Staff Relations, Learning & Talent Development, Compensation and Classification, and Information Services and for audit reports from UHR’s systems such as PHR and eTerp. UHR is excited to be working with this group and we look forward to the collaboration effort and the opportunity to enhance the quality of our HR services.

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Jewel Washington
Assistant Vice President
University Human Resources

Last updated: March 16, 2017

Last updated: March 16, 2017