Weight Watchers will be continuing on campus sessions. Registration for the session at Scaife Hall, room 1103 will be held on Monday, June 3, 2013 from 12:30- 1:30pm. Cost is $156.00. Please note that there is NOT a reimbursement for participating in this session. At least 15 participants are needed to hold the session.
The performance appraisal process is designed to evaluate an employee's performance over a specified period of time. When the process works well, the employee and his/her supervisor plan together to build on strengths and develop those areas needing improvement. Learn More>>
This handbook provides University staff members with an overview of the University’s best practices. Our leadership believes in and is proud of the University’s environment of open communication. We have summarized the key issues that affect the daily operational needs and objectives of the University and its respective staff members. The information contained herein also is available by accessing the University’s Web site at www.pitt.edu and the University’s Office of Human Resources Web site at www.hr.pitt.edu.
The University of Pittsburgh is a microcosm of every culture, gender, race, and creed. We are proud of our heritage as well as our staff, faculty, students, and alumni, and we are committed to education, research, and community service. We are a community of learners who work together to attain a common goal.
I hope you take pride in being associated with the University of Pittsburgh and that through our many employee programs, you will take advantage of the opportunities available to you. If you have any questions concerning the information provided in this handbook, please call your Human Resources contact or a representative of our Employee Relations Section staff at 412-624-4645.
Registration Spring 2013 Faculty & Staff Development Program: Registration is Open!
The Office of Human Resources' Faculty & Staff Development Program (FSDP), offers a variety of workshops to enhance the professional and personal development of University of Pittsburgh faculty and staff. Please review the learning opportunities at the FSDP web page to identify which programs will help you to maximize your professional growth.
The Pittsburgh Business Group on Health has invited The University of Pittsburgh to partsburgh to participate in their STEP UP, STEP OUT Corporate Wellness Challenge using the American Heart Association's Start! Walking Program and we want you to join us! Click here for additional information regarding registration and tracking your progress.