University Human Resources announced today that it has opened a career center and will offer two-day training sessions for employees affected by the university's reduction in force.
In a campuswide memo to faculty and staff, Chief Human Resource Officer Luis Lewin outlined services available at the career center, located in room 250 of the Human Resource & Training Center, 169 W. Union St. At the center, employees will, among other things, have access to computers and printers; the Internet; the Career Resource Network, a Web portal that supplies displaced workers with research data; and one-on-one consultations with a representative of Lee Hecht Harrison, a global provider of career management services.
In addition, Ohio University has arranged for Lee Hecht Harrison to lead two-day training sessions on interviewing and negotiating skills, resume writing and job-search tactics.
For more information, visit www.ohio.edu/hr/outplacement for a variety of job search resources, details of salary and benefits continuation offered by the university, answers to frequently asked questions and a list of UHR staff contacts.
-- From staff reports