Tag - workforce development

Complete 2016 Annual Compliance Training by Dec. 2

All Augusta University and Augusta University Health employees, regardless of job title or location, must complete the assigned 2016 Annual Compliance by Friday, Dec. 2. To access the course, please log into Workforce Learn Online using the same Net...

Workforce training session explores trust

Have you found it difficult to trust your co-workers? Your boss? Do you feel like the trust you felt for someone has been betrayed? How do you gain the trust of others within your work team? The modern workplace relies on an old-fashioned concept:...

Annual Compliance Training deadline is Feb. 22

The deadline to complete the 2015 Annual Compliance Training is Monday, Feb. 22. The following courses were assigned to applicable employee groups on Dec. 22, 2015: 2015 Compliance University (all Augusta University employees) – 10 modules for...

Retirement Strategies for Women

HR Workforce Development, in collaboration with VALIC, is pleased to offer an exciting training opportunity for all women in the workplace on Retirement Strategies for Women! This free seminar is focused on overcoming the financial hurdles specific...

April HR Workforce Development Courses Spotlight!

April HR Workforce Development Courses Spotlight!

April HR Workforce Development Courses Spotlight! HR Workforce Development is pleased to offer the following exciting training opportunities for April: Professional Business Writing: Writing With Purpose – April 14 (1 – 4 p.m.) Summerville Campus –...

Annual Compliance and Training Opportunities

Annual Compliance and Training Opportunities

Reminder to complete Annual Compliance Courses This is a friendly reminder to complete all 2014 Compliance courses.  The deadline for completion of all courses for GRU and GRHealth employees is Friday, Jan. 16, by close of business. All courses may...

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