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K-State Today

March 26, 2018

Human Capital Services seeks participants for website usability study

Submitted by Human Capital Services

Human Capital Services will conduct a usability study to evaluate the effectiveness of its website for faculty, staff and student employees. Participation in the study will consist of one, 15-20-minute, online activity where participants will be asked to complete a predetermined task. Data from this activity will be collected and used to guide website improvements moving forward.

If you are interested in participating, please complete the online interest form and we will contact you with instructions for completing the activity. All faculty, staff and student employees are invited to participate.

Human Capital Services is committed to providing employees the information, tools and resources to enhance job satisfaction and professional development, promote career progression and cater to the needs of the whole employee. Your participation and feedback is important. Human Capital Services appreciates your consideration of this request.

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