Interested in LinkedIn Learning?
Office of Human Resources is offering a free LinkedIn License to staff. You can use this resource to take classes to help you develop your career. Follow the link if you are interested in learning more or obtaining a license.
Learn More about the LinkedIn Learning License
Manager Foundations Training
A new training on Ohio State’s technology platforms, tools and resources is available for managers, manager liaisons, and administrative professionals. Build your foundation and confidence in using administrative technology that assists you in performing your work and managing employees. Human Resources team members will cover topics such as HR Connection, Workday, Microsoft 365, BuckeyeLearn and others, and guide you in finding and using tools that support your work. The Zoom training is offered the third Thursday of each month starting Sept. 21, at 10 a.m. Register(link is external) for any session
Administrative Resource Center (ARC)
The Administrative Resource Center provides guides, job aids, training and more for current users of Ohio State's Workday system.
Gateway to Learning
The Gateway to learning is brought to you by the Office of Human Resources. This weblink will provide learning tools and resources to help develop new and/or continue skills and knowledge on topics like Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Leadership Development, Professional & Career Development and more!
A new Workday training tenant is now available to all Ohio State Workday users for training and practice. More information is available at the go link set up for logging in to the training tenant: go.osu.edu/workdaytraining (link is external). Additionally, there is a Newslink article with more details.
A university-wide online training tool, allowing learning and training opportunities to be easily accessed by the university community of faculty, staff, and student employees.
- Institutional Data Policy –This training must be completed to gain access to OSU Systems.
- Report=Support! Identifying and Responding to Sexual Misconduct – How to identify, disrupt and report sexual misconduct. Must be Completed each year to be eligible for Annual Merit Increase
- EEO Recruitment and Selection Guidelines – Identifies how to apply Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity requirements in the recruitment, selection, and hiring process
Report = Support Training
Each of us have a responsibility to keep our university community safe, and part of that is completing the annual online training focused on recognizing, preventing, and reporting sexual misconduct.
This year, merit-eligible employees who do not complete Report=Support! by April 24, 2024, will not be eligible for annual merit increases that take effect September 2024. Student employees, graduate associates and other employees who are not classified as merit-eligible may be subject to unit-specific consequences for non-completion. Visit Ohio State’s Title IX website to view FAQs, or email email@example.com for more information.