Essential training services continue to be offered despite budget cuts

In response to the 2012 budget reductions, the Human Resources Department has eliminated most of the training and development services offered to City employees. Although the Training and Development function no longer exists as it once did, Human Resources will continue to provide required and essential training services to introduce new employees to our workplace, enable staff to utilize enterprise-wide technology and help employees grow professionally.

HR-delivered training and professional development services:

Training opportunities offered by OptumHealth:

One of the benefits available to the City through Medica is the availability of training related to workplace and work/life issues offered by OptumHealth. Training opportunities are offered in these general categories:

Department supervisors or coordinators can work directly with OptumHealth to schedule on-site training at no cost.

A few reminders:

Employees should continue to enter their completed training programs, including courses offered within departments, in HRIS Learning Management. Supervisors can contact their Human Resources Generalist to learn how to utilize the HRIS Learning Management Administrator or email HRIS to ask how to get enter completed learning programs into HRIS.

For more information or help, contact your Human Resources Generalist.

Published Jun 6, 2012



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