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NEOGOV Recruitment System Online Hiring Center (OHC)

The NEOGOV recruitment system’s Online Hiring Center (OHC) received a significant update on August 31, 2017.  Notable changes to the look and feel of the system have been implemented. DHRM specific resource documents have been created for you to utilize when navigating the new OHC.  You can access them in this Google Docs folder titled New NEOGOV OHC Resource docs or click on the individual links below. Resource documents for OHC users include the following: New OHC Menus Overview Creating a Requisition Approving a Requisition/Approving a New Hire Subject Matter Expert (SME) Review, OHC ...

New Supervisor Training Series

The New Supervisor Training Series is designed to help you get you off on the right foot to achieve success as a new supervisor. This course is conducted online live, using a webinar format but with plentiful opportunities for your questions, participation and interaction. Class size will be limited to about 30 persons. The Course is composed of three sessions, with each session lasting between 1 and 1 1/2 hours each.  Future session topics, dates, and times are listed below. Register for one session of each topic by clicking the date/time for the session you wish to attend in the table ...

Leading with Integrity

In the 2015 legislative session HB 216 was passed requiring each state agency to provide training on organizational leadership practices based in principles of integrity. The following course is available for use by personnel of any state of Utah agency. While this course is entitled Leading with Integrity, any employee with an interest in leadership will benefit from completing the modules in the course. Please follow the link to start the training. Leading with Integrity Course

Ethics 101

In the 2015 legislative session, HB 216 was passed requiring each state agency to provide training on ethical conduct. This training satisfies that need. This training was created to provide a general course on ethics and how we, as state employees, are expected to behave ethically. After you have successfully registered, you will receive an email from “Events” with your registration confirmation. Register Take and complete the appropriate training module: Ethics Training module Above Link not working? Try this one: Ethics 101 Alternative Link At the end of the training module, a ...

Ethics Training

In the 2015 legislative session HB 216 was passed requiring each state agency to provide training on: Ethical conduct; and Organizational leadership practices based in principles of integrity Training in these areas is to be provided at a minimum every other year beginning in July 2016. Recognizing that not all agencies have the resources to create and provide such training, DHRM has produced two separate online courses to help fill this need. The course are as follows: Ethics 101 – A generalized course that focuses on ethics, ethical dilemmas and ethical standards that all ...

Fundamentals of Supervision – Completion

Course Completion To receive credit for the “Fundamentals of Supervision” course, please fill out and submit this form after having completed all required coursework. Upon submission of this form, DHRM training will verify that each module has been completed and your training record will be updated. Return to main Fundamentals of Supervision page

Fundamentals of Supervision

Performance Improvement & Discipline Please use the links below to access the nine individual training segment videos hosted on YouTube. There is a lot of material here, so we’ve broken it up into segments and listed the time it will take to review each segment for your convenience. You may take the training at any pace that works for you, but you must complete the ten question test by clicking on the “Take the Test” link to earn credit for completing this module. To view a module simply click on the name of the video you wish to view. The video will open in a new ...

Performance Improvement & Discipline – Resources

The materials within this folder were created as a training resource only. Agency policies, practices, and disciplinary styles vary. Please consult with your agency’s HR specialist or HR manager before engaging in any disciplinary or performance improvement action. DHRM R477-10-2 states in part: When an employee’s performance does not meet established standards due to failure to maintain skills, incompetence, or inefficiency, and after consulting with DHRM, agency management may place an employee on an appropriate, and documented performance improvement plan.. Thank you.

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