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Employee Experience

These sessions are geared towards helping new employees get settled into their role, and for new and current employees to connect with others across campus and learn more about the DU culture and community.

To register for an upcoming session, please login to PioneerWeb, click on the Employee tab, then scroll down and on the lower right under Training, select Employee Experience.

Getting Started: New Employees

To help you prepare for your first day and beyond at DU, here is an overview of what to expect. Please keep in mind each unit on campus may have additional requirements and practices. Click here to view information to help you get settled on campus.

Thriving at DU: New Employee Orientation

This orientation session is held the 1st and 3rd Monday of most months in Mary Reed Building's Renaissance Room (occasionally rescheduled to accommodate University holidays). This session is required for all new employees (non-benefited and benefited). The hiring manager registers the new employee for the session and HR will email the new employee information regarding the session. New employees are provided with information they need to know in order to thrive in the DU community. Topics include:

  • Introduction to mission, vision and values
  • DU's History
  • People, programs and places on campus
  • Inclusiveness at DU
  • Completion of required new hire paperwork
  • Overview of DU Policies
  • Overview of PioneerWeb and UTS Help Center Resources
  • Information regarding DU ID card, parking passes and transportation options
  • Benefit plan overview and Q&A
  • Speakers from various units including: Sustainability, University Technology Services (UTS), Campus Safety, Staff Advisory Council (SAC) and Coors Fitness Center
Employee Campus Tour

If you would like to take a campus tour, please contact the Office of Admissions to sign-up for one of the daily student-led tours lasting 1 1/2 hours (Make sure you wear walking shoes!)

Undergraduate Admission, University Hall 303-871-2036 

Our Past is Your Future: DU History

Explore how it all began! This short 45 minute presentation will take you on an exciting adventure of DU's past to present day campus living.

Inclusive Excellence at DU

Inclusive Excellence (IE) is the recognition that a community or institution's success is dependent on how well it values, engages and includes the rich diversity of students, staff, faculty, administrators, and alumni constituents. More than a short-term project or single office initiative, this comprehensive approach requires a fundamental transformation of the institution by embedding and practicing IE in every effort, aspect, and level of a college or university. The goal is to make IE a habit that is implemented and practiced consistently throughout an institution.

Transitions: Transfers and Leaving DU

Whether you are transferring to another position or leaving DU, click here for information and resources to help manager the transition.

 

Watch Ken Pinnock and Shannon Seales talk about the NEW Onboarding Program below on Fridays@Noon: