Staff Senate Spirit Award
In the formation of a Staff Senate Spirit Award, The University of Scranton Staff Senate has found a way to honor employees who exhibit our Jesuit ideal of “men and women for others.” The award will be bestowed each month to a deserving nominee recommended by our campus community. If you witness a staff member offering excellent performance of their duties or care above expectations, please recommend this individual for this award.
Spirit Award recommendations can be made by completing the nomination card and forwarding it to email@example.com. In addition, Spirit Nominating Cards will be available in the DeNaples Center near the 1st floor Mail Room. The Staff Senate Recognition and Excellence Committee will review the nominees each month and award the deserving employee.
The award in addition to recognition, entitles the individual to a one month Parking Pavilion reserved parking space.
We hope you will join the Staff Senate in recognizing and nominating employees and share our excitement for giving individuals the opportunity to be acknowledged for their outstanding efforts on behalf of our campus community.
The first recipient will be awarded at the Staff Senate luncheon, May 15, 2013.
ANGEL Training... A Clerical Constituency Initiative
The purpose of ANGEL training is improvement of communication among clerical staff at the University of Scranton. The group in ANGEL is the Clerical Staff Support Network (CSSN). It is being run by clerical representatives of the University Staff Senate. It is in early development, and we enthusiastically welcome comments, suggestions, questions and assistance with this initiative.
The purpose of the CSSN is communication of best work practices and access to help for functions unique to clerical workers. One goal of the group is to identify training needs, and then clearly define those needs so training is targeted and specific. Another goal is development of a resource library enable clerical staff to improve their own efficiency.
Outcomes in the first month-and-a-half include several online discussions about training needs and support for functional questions. A successful 'lunch-n-learn' information session about budget systems in Argos and Banner took place. Additional sessions will be arranged in the near future.
The data collected from the online forum discussions, lunch-n-learns and Clerical Roundtable functions are hoped to be useful in ongoing planning and implementation of training.
Employee Meal Plan
On Friday, February 15, 2013, University Dining Services announced the creation of a new “debit” meal plan for Faculty and Staff.
- Open an account by simply going to the Bursar’s Office and making a deposit.
- Minimum deposit is $100 and subsequent deposits may be made in $100 increments
- Each $100 deposit will be matched by a 6.0 % bonus added on.
- The account may be used at any of the eight dining locations on campus.
- This “employee debit” account can be accessed by informing the cashier and presenting your Royal Card.
- ALL University employees and ARAMARK and Follett employees are eligible (exceptions below).
- Full time students are not eligible. Resident students are not eligible.
- Funds will remain in the account indefinitely.
- Refunds can be requested (6% add-on bonus will be not be refunded).
Save up to 6% on all dining on campus by opening an account.
Employee Resources Document
The Staff Development Committee works on maintaining the Employee Resources Document. First released in the fall of 2011, this document is a collection of University resources, gathered together for the first time, intended to help new and seasoned employees find the contacts, forms, procedures and instructions necessary for conducting University business. It is a live, working document that will be updated and maintained as necessary.
Alternative Work Schedule
The Alternate Work Week Ad-Hoc Committee researched alternative work schedules and summarized their findings and recommendation into the Alternative Work Schedule presentation.