Brandy Kemp, Administrative Specialist for Environmental Health and Safety
Take it slow, take it slow, take it slow! Many of us have witnessed someone taking a nasty spill or slip, or have fallen victim to the same misfortune. A slip, trip or fall can come out of nowhere. Just a momentary distraction can end in a tumble-down the stairs, a trip over an uneven surface or slipping on the ice.
You can take the following . . .
Diane Feinberg, Vice President for People and Culture
Please join me in welcoming Sarah Marcus as our new Director of Payroll Operations. She has extensive payroll processing experience, most recently for an operation of 3,000+ employees in multiple states. Sarah also brings Paycom experience, having led a conversion for her previous employer about a year ago. If you’re out and . . .
Meet the new faces you’ll be seeing around UCO.
Paige Buchanan, Recruitment Specialist
What is your background?
I was born and raised in Edmond, just a mile away from UCO actually. I graduated from Edmond Memorial High school in 2011 and went on to receive my B.B.A in HR management with a minor in psychology from UCO. I then received an internship in HR at Love’s Corporate and proceeded to work at Love’s for . . .
Nice Work, Mark!
STLR Assistant Director Mark Walvoord was recently featured as a guest on the “Live Your Purpose” podcast, a podcast highlighting people in the OKC metro area who are leading, creating and innovating on purpose. Take a listen!
David Herd welcomed his first-born son, Logan David Herd, Dec. 6, 2019.
Broncho Brags are kudos or congratulatory announcements . . .
Katie Saylor, People & Culture Communications Specialist
Now that the holidays are over and the bleak reality of my weight gain from the holidays has hit me, it’s a good time to share with UCO employees that the benefits team has added new wellness programs to the university’s medical plans for 2020. Starting this month, two new wellness programs are offered for any UCO employee and their dependent(s) . . .
The UCO Staff Senate met Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2019. Provost John Barthell was the guest speaker. Barthell briefed the Senate on the Alignment and Allocation process. He encouraged the Senate to remain informed and participative via feedback and attendance at community meetings and discussion sessions.
Two amendments to the Staff Senate Bylaws . . .
Authored by David Seigman and Kenny Taylor
If you can’t quite recall where you left off or where you saved that work-in-progress document right before the break, we have a few tips to help remind you.
The Windows 10’s Timeline feature helps answer the question: what was I working on? This handy feature can track what documents and Web pages you’ve been working . . .
James . . .