• One HR is here!

    We are pleased to announce that today One HR has officially rolled out in the School of Medicine. Through collaborations with organizations across Grounds, implementation of new systems, and ongoing training, we are excited to offer new, streamlined HR service that will further the University’s mission and strategic plans while offering unparalleled efficiency.

    Your new HR team will contact you soon to introduce themselves and discuss our redesigned service delivery model, but we encourage you to “meet” your team now by visiting our SOM HR Contacts page. Looking for your department’s primary HR contact? You can find a detailed listing for each department here. Here you will find team and organization listings, as well as contact information and photos to assist in learning about your new team. We look forward to getting to know you and your business further as we move forward with these exciting changes.

    We are also pleased to announce the full implementation of SysAid for the submission of HR requests. With new HR-specific options for ticket submission, we look forward to serving your needs with this new tool, which allows greater flexibility, improved efficiency, and more consistent responses. You can find links to SysAid and a SysAid user guide in the top toolbar.

    You can find a copy of the SOM HR Responsibility Matrix, which outlines departmental and HR responsibilities here.

    Thank you to the many people within the School and across Grounds who assisted in this project!

    2017 faculty annual reviews

    2017 Faculty Annual Reviews (covering July 1, 2016-June 30, 2017) should now be complete. Please make sure to submit evaluations ASAP using the instructions sent out to departmental administrators and/or administrative staff by email.

    Thank you for helping to make this year’s process successful!

    2017 Lead@ evaluations

    The School of Medicine’s 2017 performance evaluations (covering July 1, 2016-June 30, 2017) should now be well underway. By the end of August 2017, all evaluations classified and University Staff, as well as A&P faculty, should be in step 7. If you need assistance, including bypassing interim review steps (3 and 4), please contact a member of your HR team.

    **Employees in their probationary period should continue to use the probationary form generated in Lead@. Steps 1 and 2 should be completed in the first 30 days of employment, and the interim evaluation steps (3 and 4) completed at the six-month mark. Probationary evaluations will automatically freeze until the eleven-month mark when step 5 will reopen for completion by the end of the twelve month probationary period.

    Lead@UVa Features and Resources

    Visit the Performance Management website at www.hr.virginia.edu/go/performance to find toolkits for employees and managers.

    The SMART goal repository (an inventory of sample SMART goals) http://hr.virginia.edu/iform/goal-search continues to grow and is a great resource to help managers and employees with performance planning.