HR to You

 Would you like to know how our Human Resources department works? Human Resources is an integral part of the organization. We would like to share the various ways central HR functions, supports, and provides best practices for the university.

What will a talk look like?

Each talk will have a main topic and additional timely updates, tips, trainings and gentle reminders. Any handouts or materials during the talk will also be available on this web page.

Who can attend?

In the interest of being respectful of your time, we will identify the targeted audience for each topic. However, all faculty and staff are welcome to attend.

HRtalks Online Videos

HRtalks Online Training Video: Temporary Leave Guidelines

HRtalks Online Training Video: Managing a Remote Workforce, Now What?

We can come to you!

We would be more than happy to bring HRtalks to your school, department or staff meetings. We can also provide information for departmental newsletters. Please to us to discuss. Can't come to us?

Session Information and Materials

Missed a session or want to take a look at the information again? Electronic versions of handouts from the previous sessions and presentations are available to view.

Professional Development 

In addition to the topics covered during our talks, many options for professional development and training are also available to faculty and staff at UofL. Find out more >>

We also want to hear from you. Members of our HR team will be reaching out to specific groups and scheduling open forums to get your feedback on specific topics. More to come on this, please check back! In the meantime, we welcome  for future topics!


Upcoming Topic: 

We want to hear from you! What does wellness mean to you? We invite you to join us for an HRlistens session on the topic of wellness. How important is wellness to you? What would you like to see offered in wellness? What are your expectations in a wellness program? This is a great opportunity for faculty and staff to discuss this important element as we look to develop more opportunities on campus.