The Office of Human Resources has implemented social distancing measures to limit the spread of COVID-19. We are currently operating with reduced staffing levels and have transitioned to offering most services remotely. Please review the link below for further information about department modifications and how to submit HR documents during this time:
The HR Community of Practice is a group of university employees who are responsible for HR functions within their divisions or departments. These employees partner with University Human Resources to discuss and implement important HR policies and processes. The community is a way to communicate with University Human Resources, as well as each other, to foster creativity, critical thinking and compliance. Meetings are scheduled for the first Wednesday of each month, at 2:00 PM. View the meeting schedule below.
HR practitioners, professionals, and University HR have unique roles to play to ensure the HR work is accomplished at the University of Oregon. Each role depends on the other. It is University HR's job to ensure we are supporting the professionals and practitioners. Our goals are to reduce duplication of efforts, increase efficiencies, increase education and knowledge, and continue to build and improve our HR competencies.
Next HR Community of Practice Meetings:
January 12, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Zoom meeting
The Zoom meeting link will be sent to HR Partners in the meeting reminder email.
The meeting presentation will be available on the Meeting Highlights web page the day before the scheduled meeting.
HR Community of Practice Information & Resources
Daisy Duck has been hired at the UO! This HR Community of Practice professional development session reviewed important HR processes that impact position and pay. We encourage HR Partners to review the slide deck and resources.
For all community members:
- Communication Strategies to Build Trust During Uncertain Times -Watch Video
- Path to Fall Starts Now -Watch Video
- Path to Fall Starts Now -Presentation Slides
- LinkedIn Learning - Well-Being in the Workplace
- How Managers Can Support Respectful Workplace Communication
For unit based HR professionals
Past trainings for unit based HR professionals
- Recruiting in the Current Labor Market -November 2021 -presentation by Talent Acquisition
- Keeping Your Team's Wellness in Mind as we Transition presentation slides
- The Transition Model
- 4P Strategy for New Beginnings
- The Inclusion Habit - CUPA-HR prerecorded webinar
Preparing for a Difficult Conversation in a Remote Environment
Monthly Meeting Schedule
HR Community of Practice meetings are scheduled on Wednesday afternoons at 2:00 PM and are hosted virtually via the Zoom video platform. The Zoom meeting link will be sent to HR Partners in the meeting reminder email.
January 12, 2022
February 2, 2022
March 2, 2022
April 6, 2022
May 4, 2022
June 1, 2022
HR Advisory Team
The HR Advisory Team members for academic year 2019-2020 have been selected. HR assembled this group in an effort to represent a variety of units/departments, HR-related roles, perspectives and experience.
Connie Brady, Lundquist College of Business, Dean's Office, Associate Dean of Administration
Alicia de Gonzalez, College of Arts and Sciences, Dean's Office, Personnel and Budget Specialist - Social Sciences Division
Amy Green, College of Education, Assistant Director, HR
Patrick Moore, Finance & Administration Shared Services, Associate Director FASS Human Resources
Rebecca Roby, Prevention Science Institute, Assitant Director for Finance and Administration
Amanda Rosenberg, Student Life, HR Manager
Teri Rowe, Economics & Sociology, Manager of Finance and Operations &
Ray Sykes, Law School, Associate Dean of Finance
Michael Thompson, Financial Aid and Scholarships, Assistant Director for Administration and Financial Support
Email Jen Mirabile or contact by phone at 6-2195.