The mission of the LSUS Department of Human Resource Management is to provide the LSUS Community (Students, Faculty and Staff) with Human Resource Management support dealing with current State, Federal and Civil Service regulations, while remaining sensitive to the diverse needs of this University community.
Outstanding Service Awards
2015 marks the 43rd year that LSUS has given Outstanding Service Awards. These awards recognize superior work performance and outstanding contributions of non-academic staff employees to the operation of LSU Shreveport. The recipients will be presented a certificate of recognition and a cash award. The funds for these awards are given by the LSUS Foundation.
We are accepting nominations for six awards; three classified and three unclassified employees, each will be recognized with a cash award of $250. The winners will be announced at the Annual Holiday Luncheon, to be held on Thursday, December 3, 2015.
Nominations may be made by any employee for any eligible non-academic employee. All full-time employees who have been employed one year as of December 1, 2015, are eligible. Winners of the award for the past year are excluded from consideration this year. Last year's winners were:
Classified: Mary Hall, Cakeita Richmond, Sharon Treadwell
Unclassified: Adam Jordan, Matthew Parks, Rachel Taylor and Julie Lessiter
Please note that the Chancellor, Vice Chancellors, Associate Vice Chancellors, and Deans are eligible for an award of recognition only. Also, Directors with academic rank are eligible for recognition only during this process. These individuals may be nominated and recognized as providing outstanding service; however they are not eligible for the monetary award.
Deadline for nominations is noon on Wednesday, November 25, 2015.
To nominate online, click here: http://www.lsus.edu/serviceaward. Online nominations are automatically sent to Bill Wolfe only.
Paper nominations should be sent to:
Human Resource Management
Administration Building, Room 109
Performance Evaluation System (PES)
Performance Management is a critical tool to evaluate and develop employees. It is also valuable in compensation, promotion, and disciplinary actions.
Unclassified Employees PES
A performance evaluations system for unclassified employees will consist of a planning phase between the supervisor and employee at the beginning of each year, followed by observation and feedback during the year, and culminating with an evaluation at the end of the year.
Classified Employees PES
Use the following link for the Civil Service PES Toolbox which contains forms and instructions for the Perfromance Evaluation System for classified employees:
Click here to access any of the following online trainings: Blood Borne Pathogens, Ethics, Sexual Harassment and/or Driver Training.