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Division of Human Resources
Kansas State University
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Manhattan, KS 66506-4801
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Human Resources Newsletter

December 9, 2011

Topics included in this issue:

Annual Performance Reviews Due by December 23, 2011

The Kansas Performance Management Process requires that all classified employees receive an annual review between October 1st and December 23rd of each year. It is now time for supervisors to prepare the annual review form, assign an overall rating and schedule a meeting with the employee(s) being reviewed. All classified employees, except for those currently on probation, must have an annual review submitted to Human Resources no later than December 23, 2011.

If you have questions about the process or need assistance, please contact Gina Lowe at glowe@ksu.edu or 532-1878.

Personnel Specialists can run the Performance Review Due report to determine which employees still need to have their reviews submitted. Instructions for this report can be found at http://www.k-state.edu/hr/hris/Performance_reviews_due_rpt.pdf (pdf)

Nominations now open for Staff Awards of Excellence for both Classified and Unclassified Professional Staff

The Division of Human Resources is now accepting nominations for two award programs: the K-State Classified Award of Excellence and the President's Award of Excellence for Unclassified Professionals. All winners receive a $1,000 award. The nomination deadline is Jan. 25, 2012.

See Awards Programs for more information about these awards, including the nomination form and process for each program. Questions about the awards may be directed to HROffice@k-state.edu

Unclassified Pay Increase

The 2.5% unclassified pay increase will be loaded into HRIS late next week for all eligible 12-month employees. The pay increase for eligible 9-month employees will be loaded into HRIS January 3, 2012. Once HRIS is updated, major administrative units will be notified to review their data.

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" The question should be, is it worth trying to do, not can it be done. " Allard Lowenstein, twentieth-century American diplomat