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K-State Today

September 9, 2014

Update on online anti-discrimination training

Submitted by Office of Institutional Equity

Online anti-discrimination training continues with notices to faculty/staff email inboxes providing a link to take the training. Note that the email and link is specific to each individual so that the completed training can be appropriately recorded in HRIS. Please don't share the email or link with others.

A few technical difficulties with the online anti-discrimination training have surfaced. In some situations faculty and staff members received duplicate requests to participate although they had already completed the training. We apologize for the duplication and you should no longer receive these reminder emails.

About 300 faculty and staff members did not receive the email with the link to complete the training. These individuals will receive the email on or before Sept. 12, with a request to complete the mandatory training by Nov. 12.

Many thanks to the K-State family for their patience as we continue to improve our processes and systems to deliver this very important training to our community.

If you have questions, please email us at affact@k-state.edu or call 785-532-6220.

For more information you can visit our FAQ section on our website.

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