Minors on Campus - Human Resources at Ohio State
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October 20, 2017 |
The policy has been edited to better align with the Activities and Programs with Minor Participants Policy.
August 18, 2015 |
Ohio State’s Activities and Programs with Minor Participants policy promotes the safety and well-being of minors entrusted to the university’s care. The policy requires annual registration of programs that involve minor participants. Registration for 2015-2016 academic year is now available.
June 19, 2015 |
There has been significant activity across campus since the January 1 expansion of the Activities and Programs with Minor Participants policy. From increased program registration to policy training, the Ohio State community has been working diligently to make campus an even safer and more enriching environment...
April 1, 2015 |
Ohio State’s Activities and Programs with Minor Participants policy requires registering all programs involving minor participants with the university’s Youth Policy Coordinator, Lindsay Bond.
December 23, 2014 |
The Ohio State University reaches nearly 500,000 youth annually through more than 600 activities and programs in all of Ohio’s 88 counties. Throughout the past year, the Office of Human Resources has worked to formulate and approve a renewed policy regarding youth participation in University activities and programs.
On July 1, Ohio State launched a pilot of the new Human Resources operating model through the Enterprise Project’s HRSD Team as part of the university’s broader HR Transformation efforts.
The enrollment window for autumn semester 2019 is open June 24, 2019, through August 23, 2019. Faculty and staff can apply online or with a paper application. Dependent tuition assistance applications must be submitted each term. The student must have a social security number on file with Buckeye Link.
Anyone enrolled in an Ohio State faculty and staff medical plan automatically has access to Ohio State Travel Assistance when traveling outside Ohio and abroad.
On Wednesday, May 22, the University Staff Advisory Committee (USAC) hosted “Conversation with Susan Basso and HR Leadership,” during which a panel of Office of Human Resources leaders discussed the HR transformations underway, including the implementation of Workday and a new HR Service Delivery model. A video of the conversation is now available.
Flexible Work Policy 6.12 helps the university achieve a reliable and productive work environment that enables staff to balance work and personal needs. If you are interested in establishing a flexible work arrangement, work with your supervisor and review the policy for specific instructions.
The Office of Human Resources is hosting retirement education seminars in September for members of STRS and OPERS.
The dependent tuition assistance enrollment window for autumn semester 2019 closes Friday, August 23. Applications for dependent tuition assistance must be submitted each term.
The Office of Human Resources offers two monthly 90-minute webinars, one on health and wellness benefits and one on retirement options, for new and newly eligible employees.
As 4-H Camp Palmer executive director, Bill Goodson motivates youth to get active and healthy, and he uses Ohio State’s employee wellness program, Your Plan for Health, to motivate himself to stay well.
Staff Appreciation Week thanks Ohio State staff members and special activities are planned to celebrate staff and their contributions to the university.