There has never been a more important time for members of San José State University to learn about the vaccinations and receive answers to common questions and concerns. The California State University, in partnership with Kaiser Permanente, is hosting an educational webinar to provide employees the tools to understand the current landscape.
Nearly 1 in 5 Americans say they have a physical reaction when thinking about the pandemic. This kind of stress puts our body and brain on high alert, intensifying negative emotions and causing restless nights and unproductive days. All humans have a built-in negativity bias, which undermines a more rational approach to challenges thrust upon us. Those challenges go beyond the threat of the virus itself by drastically altering our normal routines. You’ll learn how to combat stress by recognizing emotional triggers and utilizing proven strategies for changing your mindset and behaviors. This isn’t about simply “bouncing back” from adversity-it’s about “bouncing forward” because of it.
Questions: Contact Jennifer Wicks, Executive Producer, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 562-951-4525 prior to webcast day.
This course will take place Friday, 26 2021 from 10:00 am – 11:00 am. All CSU Faculty & Staff are invited to attend this free webcast.
No Registration Required. Please join as a “Guest” and type in your CAMPUS/Your Full Name (for example: CSULB/Steven Spielberg).
University Personnel is pleased to announce our redesigned Training & Professional Development webpages. These pages can be found under MyCareer on the University Personnel website. We hope this redesign helps you find information about training more easily, and provides you with answers to your frequently asked questions. Please feel free to forward this message to others who may not be subscribed to our blog.
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The following CHRS Recruiting training classes have been added for February and March:
- CHRS02 – Initiate Recruitments – February 1; March 8
- CHRS08 – Manage Faculty Recruitments – February 3; March 10
- CHRS09 – Manage Staff Recruitments – February 10; March 17
- CHRS10 – Prepare Faculty Job Offers – February 15; March 24
- CHRS11 – Screen & Evaluate Faculty Applications – February 8, 24; March 15, 29
- CHRS12 – Screen & Evaluate Staff Applications – February 8, 24; March 15, 29
To learn more about each class, visit CHRS Recruiting Training.
- Go to Enroll in Training Classes (via one.SJSU)
- Click Search by Course Number
- Enter the Course Number as listed above (CHRSXX); please note, this value is case-sensitive
- Click Search
- Click View Available Sessions
- Click the hyperlink for the session in which you wish to enroll
- Click Enroll
Please note, enrollment for each session will close two working days prior to the session date. You will be provided with the Zoom login information via a Google meeting invitation no later than one day prior to the session date.
If you have difficulty enrolling in a class, or if you have questions about which class(es) to take, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tired of starting but not completing your New Year’s Resolutions? How about trying 31 Acts of Wellness to start off the year? We are entering the winter season, where we tend to fall out of our regular routines and give in to those holiday temptations. The 31 Acts of Wellness are small activities you can incorporate into your daily routine to help keep your mind focused and your body in good health and spirits.
To participate, complete one or more wellness activity each day. There are four different categories of wellness to choose from: Fitness, Nutrition, Well–being, and Community. Try completing them all!