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November 2015

HR Contacts

Tammy Maas—Executive Director—778.1258

Vacant—Assistant Director—778.1249

Dorothy Moen—Benefits—778.1259

Tara Rood—Recruitment—778.4355

Vacant—Training and Development—778.1685

Vacant—HR Information System Specialist—778.1128

Mindy Layson—HR Support Specialist—778.1289

Benefits Fair Feedback

Benefits fair


As the result of the great turnout and request for additional information, we have scheduled two follow-up sessions with Wyoming Retirement System:

Understanding Retirement Benefits: Taking Charge of your Retirement

  • Thursday, Nov. 12, 2015 from 2-3 p.m. in EEC 131

Retirement Strategies: Reaching Your Destination with Pre-Retirement Planning

  • Friday, Nov. 13, 2015 from 2-3:30 p.m. in CCI 123

Thanksgiving Campus Closure: Nov. 25-29

Happy Thanksgiving

Frank Lloyd Wright 

Dates to Remember


Open Enrollment:

  • Last day to turn in paperwork is Nov. 30

Position Description Workshop (For Supervisors):

  • 2-3 p.m., Monday, Nov. 9, HS 106

Sabbatical Applications Due:

  • Sunday, Nov. 15

Annual Employee Recognition Reception:

  • May 6, 2016

What Can The EAP (Employee Assistance Program) Do For Me?

We all experience times when we need a little help managing our personal lives. Experienced master’s-degreed clinicians will confidentially consult with you over the telephone and direct you to the solutions and resources you need. You may also receive referrals to support groups, community resources, a network counselor or your health plan. These services are available for covered employees, their dependents, including children to age 26, and all household members.  Call 888.293.6948 (TDD 800.327.1833) or visit the Employee Assistance Program website – login ID is standard (all lowercase) and the password is eap4u.



People matter...

“I wanted to take a moment to thank you ladies in our HR department and also Dr. Schaffer for hosting the health fair this year. It was a great opportunity for me, and I'm sure other employees benefited from this event as I did.  If you would, please extend my thanks to all the donors who made the prizes possible, especially Dr. Schaffer for the Fitbit, as that was the great prize I won and I look forward to using it.”

Gratefully, Dan Wells, Journeyman Electrician

Dan Wells

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