HR News

  • Free COVID-19 Virtual Screenings for USG employees

    All University System of Georgia (USG) employees are now eligible for free COVID-19 virtual screenings through Augusta University Health System’s AU Health Express Care app. Screenings are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, at no cost and no appointment required.

  • Georgia Tech Non-Closure Emergency Leave Procedures

    The USG issued Non-Closure Emergency Leave Procedures giving USG presidents the authority to allow Leave with Pay in situations where the institution remains open but with reduced operations during an emergency.

  • COVID-19 and USG Healthcare Plan and Other Benefit Resources

    The USG Human Resources office wants to make sure employees understand the benefits and resources available related to COVID-19. Please keep in mind, guidance is changing rapidly as the situation evolves. Additional information and updates will be posted on the USG Human resources website at https://www.usg.edu/hr/benefits/coronavirus as they are received.

    As the situation related to COVID-19 evolves, we want to make sure you are aware of the important benefits and resources available to you through the USG Benefits programs.

  • OneUSG Connect Training Begins in Early March

    Employees will be offered training based on their specific job functions. To maximize time efficiency and ensure that employees are trained in critical areas, some courses will be required and others will be strongly recommended based on their future use of the system. Employees will be able to complete most required courses as either part of an instructor-led training (in-person or webinar) or through self-paced, web-based trainings, depending on preference and learning style.

  • Staff Awards 2020 - Nomination Period Open

    Each year, Georgia Tech asks employees to nominate co-workers and team members who demonstrate excellence in their work and attitude.

  • 2019 W-2s Now Available

    Employees are now able to review and download their 2019 W-2 Wage and Tax Statements from TechWorks.

  • MentorTech Returns for 2020

    MentorTech Professional Partnerships is back by popular demand, returning for a third cohort beginning in February.

  • Employees Can Donate Sick Leave

    Under the University System of Georgia’s Shared Sick Leave Program, Tech employees who are experiencing any condition under the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) may tap into a pool of donated sick leave.

  • Preparing for Excellence in Human Resources

    This collaborative effort, Excellence in Human Resources, addresses recommendations presented in the University System of Georgia (USG)’s Comprehensive Administrative Review (CAR) and will support Georgia Tech’s implementation of the OneUSG Connect human capital management (HCM) initiative when it goes live in Spring 2020.

  • Benefits Open Enrollment Period Begins Oct. 28

    The opportunity to make changes begins in just a few weeks with Open Enrollment running from Monday, October 28 through Friday, November 8. It is important to know this is an active open enrollment which requires action. You must make benefit elections in order to have coverage in 2020.

  • Deadline Approaching for Dependent Verification

    USG is conducting a Dependent Verification Audit, from July 22 through Sept. 6, 2019. If you have one or more dependents enrolled in a USG benefit plan, we want you to be prepared for the Sept. 6 deadline. 

  • Transformation Expo for Georgia Tech Employees

    By now you may have heard the way we are doing business at Georgia Tech is changing. Here is an opportunity for all employees to learn more about those changes and how they will impact your day-to-day work at Tech.  

    You are invited to attend the Transformation Expo—an information fair designed to help you understand each of Georgia Tech's current enterprise-wide transformations – Workday, OneUSG Connect, ServiceNow, and LITE.

  • Buzzin' Back to School Drive 2019

    Georgia Tech Human Resources (GTHR) has kicked off its 8th annual Buzzin’ Back to School Drive, and now they need your help!

  • How You Can Help at GradHiring 2019

    Georgia Tech Human Resource's annual graduate hiring event is only a few months away, and it's looking for campus support.

  • Staff Council Implements Five-Year Anniversary Recognition Program

    The program follows on the success of a one-year recognition program launched in July 2017.

  • Georgia Tech Honors Seasoned Employees

    Georgia Tech Human Resources recently recognized the service and accomplishments of  employees who have completed 10 or 25 years of employment.

  • Effectively Supporting Georgia Tech’s Human Resource Needs

    Beginning this April, Georgia Tech has engaged Huron Consulting to work with Georgia Tech Human Resources (GTHR) to strategically assess how the Institute can more effectively and efficiently support the changing human resource needs across campus.

  • OneUSG — You Said Things Were Changing

    Connecting Tech to OneUSG Part 3/4: In 2017, Georgia Tech entered the third and final phase of the OneUSG transition impacting its Human Capital Management processes and systems. In short, this phase is all about data.

  • OneUSG — What to Expect

    Connecting Tech to OneUSG Part 4/4: This article is a transparent lens into the changes you can expect in the next year as a result of the OneUSG initiative.

  • OneUSG — I’ve Heard of That, But What Is HCM?

    Connecting Tech to OneUSG Part 2/4: Upcoming changes related to Human Capital Management (HCM) will affect you, either directly or indirectly, through your manager, coworkers, or direct reports.  

  • OneUSG — That Sounds Familiar...

    Connecting Tech to OneUSG Part 1/4: OneUSG has been operating behind the scenes since 2014. By 2020, Georgia Tech employees will have experienced a slew of changes to their typical work day.

  • Connecting Tech to OneUSG

    The Institute’s strategic approach for managing Human Resources (HR) transactions is changing. At the end of 2019, the Institute will transition to a new platform, OneUSG Connect, as our Human Capital Management (HCM) system.

  • 2019 Annual Integrity and Compliance Campaign

    The annual Integrity and Compliance Campaign begins March 13.

  • Mind Deadlines for Performance Management, Goal Setting

    The performance management process is underway in Human Resources.

  • Employee Mentoring Program, MentorTech, Returns February

    Wherever you are in your journey, if you bring the experience or interest, we’ll provide the platform — MentorTech Professional Partnerships is back by popular demand and returning for a second cohort beginning in February. 

  • New Professional Development Opportunity for Managers

    Enter 2019 with purpose and join the newest manager resource from Georgia Tech Human Resources (GTHR): Professional Development Circles.

  • Staff Awards 2019 - Nomination Period Open

    At Georgia Tech, there are a collection of individuals and teams silently pushing through these lulls to create the next employee workforce. They might go unrecognized, but they rarely go unnoticed. Nominate them for a 2019 Staff Awards — the nomination period is now open!

  • Staff Tuition Reimbursement Policy Revised

    Updates to an administrative policy are hoped to encourage greater participation in one of the supplemental benefits available to Georgia Tech employees.

  • Where Will Your W-2 Go?

    W-2s become available in January, either electronically or by mail. The easiest way to avoid the tax-paper shuffle is by requesting to you receive your W-2 electronically.

  • Employee Learning Week 2018

    This year, the 100+ learning and development opportunities Georgia Tech offers its employees will be on display during Employee Learning Week, Dec. 3 – 7. 

  • Benefits Fair - Nov. 6

    Come to the Benefits Fair, Tuesday, Nov. 6, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the 3rd floor in the Student Center.

  • Four Benefits You Forgot You Had

    October and November are often dedicated to benefits education, as eligible employees prepare to select plans during Open Enrollment. 

    From leave to discounts, Georgia Tech’s expansive network of benefits was likely part of your initial draw to work here. But perhaps you’ve forgotten some of the more uncommon ones, or worse — never realized they existed. Here’s four benefits you didn’t know you had.

  • Plan Now for Open Enrollment This Month

    It’s that time of year again, Open Enrollment is just a few weeks away (Oct. 29 through Nov. 9.), which means open the spreadsheets, budgets and stack of healthcare receipts. It’s time to decide if last year’s plan worked or if you need something different.

  • Buzzin' Back to School Drive 2018

    Georgia Tech Human Resources (GTHR) has kicked off its seventh annual Buzzin’ Back to School Drive, and now they need your help!

  • How You Can Help at 2018 GradHiring (formerly GSEP)

    Georgia Tech Human Resource's annual graduate hiring event is only a few months away, and it's looking for campus support.

  • Negotiations Continue with Piedmont, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Georgia

    As of April 1, Piedmont Healthcare doctors and hospitals became out-of-network providers for employees enrolled in a Blue Cross Blue Shield of Georgia (BCBSGa) health care plan.

  • Annual Integrity and Compliance Campaign Is Underway

    Integrity and Compliance Campaign ends April 6.

  • New Non-Retaliation Policy for Georgia Tech Employees

    While Georgia Tech has always worked to protect employees from retaliation, it has clarified its stance with a new standalone Institute Non-Retaliation Policy that recently took effect.

  • Annual Integrity and Compliance Campaign Coming Soon

    Integrity and Compliance Campaign begins March 7.

  • New USG Well-being Incentive Adds Money to Your Pocket

    The University System of Georgia (USG) is introducing a new wellness initiative designed to reward employees for taking charge of their health and well-being.

  • 2017 Performance Reviews Deadline

    Supervisors of staff members have less than one month remaining to complete annual employee evaluations and submit them to your Human Resources Business Partner or Representative, due Feb. 16

  • 2017 W-2s Now Available

    Employees are now able to review and download their 2017 W-2 Wage and Tax Statements from TechWorks.

  • Staff Awards 2018 Deadline Approaching

    The Staff Awards deadline is quickly approaching. With less than a week left, submitters have until end of day Wednesday, Jan. 31 to acquire their letters of recommendation and submit their nominations.

  • Georgia Tech Launches New Employee Mentoring Program, MentorTech

    In response to feedback from the campus community, Georgia Tech Human Resources (GTHR) is launching MentorTech: Professionals Partnerships, an employee mentoring program, starting February 2018.

  • 2018 Be Well Series Launches

    Georgia Tech Human Resources (GTHR) provides resources and education on everything from tuition reimbursement to caring for aging parents in its year-long Be Well benefits and wellness education series starting Jan. 11.

  • Travel Ban Reinstated - Implications for Foreign Nationals

    U.S. government authorized to enforce travel restrictions on all eight countries while appeals are in proceedings. Read more and follow updates from the Office of International Education: Executive Order.

  • Staff Awards 2018 - Nomination Period Open

    The 2018 Staff Awards nomination period is now open and includes four brand new awards with prizes up to $5,000.

  • Employee Learning Week 2017

    What makes you happy? Or proud? Or dynamic? Georgia Tech Human Resources (GTHR) believes there’s a place for these questions at work and will spend a week unpacking what to do with them Dec. 4 ­– 8.   

  • Prepare for W-2s & Protect Your Identity

    Ensure you are the only person receiving your 2017 W-2 — opt-in for electronic or receipt or update your address.

  • Plan Now for Open Enrollment This Month

    As October begins, it will only be a matter of weeks before employees can voluntarily make selections for 2018 health benefits.