Employee Services has released its second annual Impact Report, highlighting ways the department is going the distance to serve University of Colorado faculty, staff, students and their families.
The report details the CU system administration department’s efforts to keep the university workforce strong, healthy and secure, especially in the face of COVID-19’s unprecedented challenges. Readers might even discover new programs and services available to them.
This year’s report highlights major programs and services through colorful infographics, stories and interviews with members of the CU community. One staff member with a freshman, a sophomore and a senior attending CU Boulder talks about her experience using the Tuition Assistance Benefit. Members of a CU Anschutz department discuss a Skillsoft CU Custom Course that helps them teach medical professionals the warning signs of hemorrhaging in maternity wards. Another department used the Scope of Work process to ensure its climate change assessments in Alaska and Western Canada incorporated perspectives from the region’s directly affected indigenous people.
“This year has shown the teamwork and collaboration among our staff with all four CU campuses and partners,” said Felicity O’Herron, associate vice president of Employee Services and Chief Human Resources Officer at CU system. “We value your dedicated work for CU, and we’ll be here when you need us.”
Read the Employee Services Impact Report.