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HR Service Delivery transitions to Workday Enterprise Project

On February 17, Provost Bruce McPheron and Geoff Chatas, Chief Financial Officer, announced the enterprise-wide project to implement Workday, which will replace Ohio State’s current financial, student and human resources management systems, including PeopleSoft, over the next five years.

Couple credit students for impact on campus culture

This is the final story in a four-part series on the #BuckeyeLove found in the Ohio State faculty and staff community.

Husband and wife share two decades of Buckeye love

This story is the third in a four-part series on the #BuckeyeLove found in the Ohio State faculty and staff community.

Ohio State couple share benefits and challenges of a shared workplace

This story is the second in a four-part series on the #BuckeyeLove found in the Ohio State faculty and staff community.

Take a journey to healthier eating with six simple habits

When it comes to nutrition, changing small behaviors one by one can lead to greater success over time. Your Plan for Health (YP4H), Ohio State’s employee wellness program, outlines six...

Couple's Buckeye love grows through shared experiences

This story is the first in a four-part series on the #BuckeyeLove found in the Ohio State faculty and staff community.

Bucks for Charity raises more than $1 million for local community

Making a difference is an important part of being a Buckeye and this year nearly 4,500 faculty, staff and retirees rallied together to raise $1,174,735 for central Ohio community organizations.

Online training for university's Sexual Misconduct Policy

As part of a comprehensive effort to enhance the health, safety and wellbeing of our community, the Office of Human Resources has created a new online training opportunity for the university’s Sexual Misconduct Policy. The training will be available on BuckeyeLearn beginning January 23, 2017.

Ohio State engineer embraces artistic passion

Najette has worked with ceramics since high school and has been expanding her talents through Ohio State courses The collaborative piece Najette entered in the Staff Arts and Crafts Show...

Staff Career Development Grant applications

Ohio State has many resources that support staff’s career growth, including the Staff Career Development Grant. Staff can apply for funding by January 31 to pursue professional development opportunities.

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Staff Appreciation Week July 23-27

Staff Appreciation Week thanks Ohio State staff members and special activities are planned to celebrate staff and their contributions to the university.

Fifth Annual Faculty and Staff Appreciation Football Game

In recognition for all you do, faculty and staff have the opportunity to be randomly selected to receive four complimentary tickets to the September 22 Faculty and Staff Appreciation Buckeye Football Game. Faculty and staff must opt-in to enter their name by Tuesday, July 31, at 11:59 p.m.

Staff Career Development Grant applications accepted until July 31

The Staff Career Development Grant provides staff an opportunity to further their growth and development. Eligible staff can apply for up to $1,250 for individuals, $1,750 for groups of 2-10 and $2,000 for groups of 11 or more towards professional development, education or training costs related to job and/or career goals.

Dependent tuition assistance enrollment window open for autumn 2018 term

The dependent tuition assistance enrollment window for autumn 2018 term is open June 25 through August 24. Applications for dependent tuition assistance must be submitted each term.

HR Council announcement

Nine HR professionals have been named to serve on HR Council, an advisory group to HR leadership for the university’s HR community. Each will serve a three-year term to provide cross-organizational input and advocate on behalf of the campus HR community.