CALS supports the UW-Madisons commitment to improve our campus climate and enhance the quality of our environment for work, teaching and learning, research and customer service. One key climate initiative, the Sexual Harassment Information and Resources Project, is an ongoing, comprehensive initiative to heighten campus awareness about sexual harassment issues and to increase our effectiveness in addressing this important campus concern. This project includes a variety of initiatives that includes the presentation of sexual harassment informational sessions to all academic, administrative and service units. In response to our Colleges proactive approach to create a positive environment for all individuals, CALS has scheduled four informational sessions. We are requesting that all employees who were hired in CALS after the last Sexual Harassment Workshops (10/06), or have not previously attended a workshop, register for one of the following sessions:
- Monday, September 10th, 910:30 a.m., Union South
- Tuesday, September 11th, 910:30 a.m., Union South
- Thursday, September 13th, 23:30 p.m., Union South
- Friday, September 21st, 23:30 p.m., Union South
Room numbers will not be assigned until the day before the workshop. Please check Today in the Union (TITU) posted inside Union South or online at www.union.wisc.edu/TITU.
To register, please visit our department website at http://www.cals.wisc.edu/hr/ and click on the Sexual Harassment Workshop link. You will need your NetID and password (the same NetID and password that is used for My UW, or to get parking). The sign-up process will take about 10 seconds.
If you have already had training on this issue, please notify Mischelle Grabner (email@example.com) of the name, date and location of the class. Otherwise, attendance will be taken and departments will be notified of individuals that do not attend one of these sessions. Feel free to contact either Mischelle Grabner (265-6418) or Renee Clodfelter (265-4473) if you have any questions.This entry was posted in Human Resources by jsindelar. Bookmark the permalink.