The Career Center presents sessions designed to help supervisors of student employees equip themselves with the tools and skills to maximize student employee performance while helping students attain the benefits of university employment. Supervisors will develop an understanding of student employment procedures and management techniques. They will also discover resources to help student employees learn valuable work competencies and skills they can bring to the university workplace and to their future careers. Every session is designed to be interactive with group discussion.
February 19, 2015 8:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. L.A. Pittenger Student Center
This session is designed for new
supervisors of student employees and other BSU employees wanting a “refresher”
on information fundamental to the student employment system. Focus will be on
the foundational aspects of student employment from determining the need for
student employees to actually hiring them. This includes the creation and
development of job descriptions, postings, referrals and interviews.
Payroll and time reporting responsibilities will be shared as well.
Attendees will also have the opportunity to address your specific
questions and situations.
Training and Managing Your Student Employees
February 26, 2015 8:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. L.A. Pittenger Student Center
This session will provide you with
tools to help your student employees succeed from their start to finish.
Supervisors will learn methods to better acclimate employees to their work
environment along with various management tools to help them while
working. Topics to be addressed include orientation, training, coaching,
evaluation, and the importance of customer service training. Attendees
will also have the opportunity to ask specific questions and situations.
Fixing and Preventing Problem Situations with
Your Student Employees
March 19, 2015 8:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
This session provides the supervisor with
tools to recover from and prevent challenges that can occur while working with student
employees. There are more solutions to fix
problems than just creating a new policy.
The session will help the supervisor drill down to the real cause(s) of
the challenge. Then, we will explore six
ways to improve a situation, whether it be before, during or after the
challenge. Finally, there will also be a
discussion concerning progressive discipline with more opportunities to address
Additional information regarding these and other training sessions can be found on the Human Resources Learning and Development Website.
Let us know if you have any topics in which you might be interested in receiving training. Please contact us via email.