William & Mary

Spring General Meeting - March 7th

Location:  Commonwealth Auditorium, Sadler Center
URL:  https://events.wm.edu/event/view/staff-assembly/84868

Summary

All university staff are invited on March 7th from 9:30-11:00 am in Commonwealth Auditorium as Sam Jones, John Poma & Babs Bengtson share updates and answer your pre-submitted questions. Door prizes! Live stream available.

Full Description

All staff of the university are invited as Sam Jones, John Poma and Babs Bengtson share updates on FLSA overtime rules, professional classification at W&M, Cornerstone, performance evaluations and professional development funding. To allow time for each important topic, speakers may not be able to live-answer all pre-submitted questions.

  • Questions submitted by March 1 MAY be answered live at the event.
  • Answers to ALL submitted questions will be posted below after the event.
  • If you are unable to attend the event, a live stream and recording will be available here.
  • Attendees will be able to enter a drawing for door prizes!

Submit A Question

Meeting Agenda

(approximate)
9:30 David Morales – Welcome from the Staff Assembly President
9:40 Babs Bengtson – Staff & Professional Development Support Fund
10:00 John Poma & Babs Bengtson – Cornerstone & Performance Evaluation Process
10:25 Sam Jones – Update on FLSA Rulings
10:55 John Poma – FLSA & Professional Classifications at W&M

Live Stream

{{youtube:large:center|gsJWLqKlEv8, Can't attend? Watch the General Meeting here on March 7th, 2017, beginning at 9:30 am.}}

Submitted Questions & Answers

All submitted questions and their answers will be provided here after the event. Keep them coming in!

Staff & Professional Development Support Fund

How does the Staff & Professional Development Support Fund work?

Cornerstone/Performance Evaluations

What action does HR take to ensure that a performance evaluation and/or performance plan is submitted for every classified/operational employee?

Have supervisors on campus been given the right guidance and training in order to properly do evaluations? There have been many staff that are complaining of unfair scores as well as unprofessional evaluations, but are afraid to come forward in fear of retaliation. Just because the law says it's illegal does not mean that people's emotions and sensitivity levels will not be directed to that employee. Lots of time management has already developed relationships with HR and HR is more for keeping the school reputation in tack than actually helping the employee themselves.

FLSA (Overtime Rules)

Currently no submitted questions.

Professional/Operational Classification Changes at W&M

Currently no submitted questions.