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Human Capital Services Strategic Initiatives

Committed to continuous improvements, the strategic initiatives identified represent our desire to move closer to achieving the goals outlined in our K-State 2025 Strategic Plan. Many of these goals will have a direct impact on the campus community while others will have an internal, HCS focus. 

 

HRIS Upgrade

The HRIS Upgrade will impact the culture and environment of K-State by empowering employees to become better stewards of resources. Upgrading to PeopleSoft Enterprise Human Capital 9.2 will further allow K-State to: stay compliant on tax and regulatory compliance; fix critical functional issues; and apply critical security, as well as provide advanced support to all users.

HRIS Upgrade (pdf)

 

Competency Model and Career Ladders

The competency model will help to develop career ladders to support vertical and horizontal career movement. Career paths are the center piece of an effective talent management system. By aligning talent management processes and providing linkage between job roles, desired competencies, and key experiences, career paths lead employees toward the university mission.

Competency Model and Career Ladders (pdf)

 

Holistic Onboarding

The Holistic Onboarding Program will acclimate new employees to K-State's culture and environment, supporting and addressing the needs of the "whole" person. Creating a comprehensive new employee program designed to welcome new employees to K-State, will enhance and streamline the onboarding experience, impacting new employees, faculty and staff across campus.

Holistic Onboarding (pdf)

 

K-State Supervisory Foundations

K-State Supervisory Foundations is a comprehensive supervisory program which will be offered to all K-State supervisors, regardless of their level of supervision. With input from a variety of sources, including the 2017 Professional Development Needs Assessment, content was developed. Programming will allow participants to learn from subject matter experts and gain competence in a variety of areas such as communication, performance management, diversity and inclusion, managing conflict, understanding university policy, and much more.

K-State Supervisory Foundations (pdf)

 

HCS Liaison Network

The HCS Liaison Network continues our mission to construct learning and development programs to support K-State employees, providing opportunities for individual and team development. Establishing an HCS liaison Network will enhance communication and guidance concerning various HCS functions and processes improving productivity for all users, impacting departments and units campus wide.

HCS Liaison Network (pdf)