Human Resources

Employee Resources and Recognition

St. Kate's is an inclusive community in which all are welcome. Our faculty and staff are instrumental to the University and our students, and we want to ensure you have the resources and support you need.

HR Announcements

New Hiring Approval Form live 4/24!

The new electronic Hiring Approval Form is available Friday April 24th on the HR Supervisor Resources webpage and replaces the paper Request to Recruit Form. Check out this announcement for more details including training dates.

Faculty and Staff Recognition

Four faculty and staff members stand displaying their awards

Professional Development

As an educational institution, St. Kate’s understands the importance and value of lifelong learning. The University provides a variety of opportunities for faculty and staff to build on their expertise and engage in additional areas of study.

New Hire Orientation 
New Hire Orientation (NHO) is a live meeting with colleagues new to the University. This builds upon the online New Hire Orientation course and includes a meeting with the President and opportunities to learn more about your new colleagues and university structure. Additionally, there is a benefits information session.
New Hire Orientation details

Faculty and Staff Institute
Faculty and staff gather for a variety of sessions and meetings.
January 2020

Performance Management for Supervisors: Creating a Culture of Feedback
Good performance management is a continuous, positive collaboration between employees and their supervisors year-round. This workshop facilitated by Dr. Bob Randall outlines the changes St. Kate's is implementing in our performance management process.
Recorded training

Sponsored Programs, Research, and External Engagement
SPREE promotes research and scholarship by supporting faculty, staff, and students in readying research and innovation projects, acquiring extramural funding, and appropriately administering active sponsored projects.

Supervision with a Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Lens
Explore how your social identities impact your relationship with supervisees, encourage meaningful conversation across difference, and improve the overall climate for minoritized staff on your campus. 
On-demand instructions

White Fragility and Microaggressions in the Workplace: When Good People Behave Badly
This webinar from the Forum on Workplace Inclusion 2020 Conference highlights the ways white fragility appears in the workplace and how it can be addressed for individual and organizational growth. 
Recorded webinar