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Diversity and Employment Practices

Training from Employment Practices

If you are having difficulty accessing the information on this page, please call 766-3459

Training

REQUIRED: Sexual Misconduct and the Duty to Report- Responsible Employee Training  

All University employees are responsible for responding to and reporting sexual misconduct.  This course provides background information pertaining to laws and definitions of sexual misconduct, outlines every employee's duty to report and provides information on what happens after an incident is reported.  To register, please visit the Courses and Conferences page in Employee Self Service *or contact your department for information on a scheduled training in your area.  Transcript    Supplemental Handout (pdf)

Upcoming in-person sessions:

  • Tuesday, February 14, 2017- 10:00am-11:00am- Union Senate Chambers, Wyoming Union 221
  • Tuesday, March 14, 2017- 10:00am - 11:00am- Union Senate Chambers, Wyoming Union 221
  • Tuesday, April 11, 2017- 10:00am-11:00am- Union Senate Chambers, Wyoming Union 221
  • Wednesday, May 17, 2017- 10:00am-11:00am- Union Senate Chambers, Wyoming Union 221

 To access the online training and registration for in-person sessions:  

-Log into WyoWeb and open UW Employee Self Service. From the main menu, select Courses and Conferences Home Page. You can search for the training by the entire title or just by keyword. (Full title is “Sexual Misconduct and the Duty to Report.”)

-Once the training is found, click on the "Add to Cart" icon. Even though the course is free, you will need to “checkout” in order to view the course. If you've added the online training module, once you have checked out, you can go back to your Courses and Conferences home page to launch the training.*

*Adobe Flash is required to access the online version of this training.  Users of the online training will need a Flash enabled browser, such as Mozilla Firefox, and/or to install Adobe Flash.  You will also need to turn off pop-up blockers.  This may be of particular importance for Mac users.  UPDATE: Some off-campus, Mac users have experienced difficulty accessing the online training module, even when using a browser with Adobe Flash enabled.  We are aware of the issue but in the meantime, these individuals may need to seek out a PC with the Firefox browser on which to complete the training or register for an in-person session if practical.  

(Please note:  This training does not replace Sexual Harrassment and Discrimination Training, which is mandatory every 3 years for supervisors and managers (see below).)

Since 2004, our office has been conducting training on sexual harassment prevention and UW Regulation 1-5, which outlines UW's antidiscrimination policy.  The training is mandatory every 3 years for managers and supervisors, including all faculty, and has been well received by those who have already attended.  Employees who attended training of this type prior to 2013 may need to attend a refresher course.  For more information, please see the the EORR training page.

UW - A Diverse Workplace (OFCCP Training) 

Human Resources is offering training sessions to the campus community, providing an opportunity to refresh their knowledge of best practices in fair hiring and to increase awareness of the employment issues pertaining to Individuals with Disabilities and Protected Veterans.  This course is a required training for any and all employees involved with personnel decisions:  All aspects of hiring (including sitting on an interview committee) tenure and promotion, performance evaluations, and disciplinary actions including termination.  This presentation covers Equal Opportunity Employment, Affirmative Action and specific regulations related to Protected Veterans and Individuals with Disabilities. 

 To access the online training and registration for in-person sessions:  

-Log into WyoWeb and open UW Employee Self Service. From the main menu, select Courses and Conferences Home Page. You can search for the training by the entire title or just by keyword (such as "OFCCP.”)

-Once the training is found, click on the "Add to Cart" icon. Even though the course is free, you will need to “checkout” in order to view the course. If you've added the online training module, once you have checked out, you can go back to your Courses and Conferences home page to launch the training.*

*Adobe Flash is required to access the online version of this training.  Users of the online training will need a Flash enabled browser, such as Chrome, or to install Adobe Flash.  This may be of particular importance for Mac users.

Disabilities in the Workplace: the Ada process

This informative and engaging training explores issues surrounding disabilities in the workplace including etiquette, history, laws regarding discrimination based on disability and the University's ADA accommodation process.  To view upcoming sessions, visit the Courses and Conferences page in Employee Self-Service.  To request a session of this training for your area, please contact us at 307-766-3459 or email diversity-epo@uwyo.edu 

UW Hires Veterans- Creating an Inclusive Work Environment for our Veteran Employees

Veterans are increasingly being recognized as valuable, sought-after members of the workforce.  This training examines ways in which UW supervisors, colleagues and co-workers can work to make our campus inclusive and welcoming for veterans of military service.  To request a session of this training for your area, please contact us at 307-766-3459 or email diversity-epo@uwyo.edu

 

Consultations for Search Committees

The Employment Practices Office (EPO) provides phone or in-person consultation on fair and equitable searches with an emphasis on diversity recruitment.

Please call 766-3459, 766-5608 OR email diversity-epo@uwyo.edu to speak via phone or to schedule an EPO consultation for your first search committee meeting! We can offer great ideas on diversifying talent pools and offer help in conducting a fair and equitable search.  


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Phone: 766-3459

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Email: diversity-epo@uwyo.edu

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