The Management Education Series also has online training focused on specific topics. Below is a listing of those trainings that can be accessed for free at any time through iLearnOregon.
Overview of the State’s Classification and Compensation System
This training provides managers and supervisors an overview of the State’s classification and compensation system. It is intended to provide an introduction to classification and compensation in Oregon state government.
Domestic Violence, Harassment, Sexual Assault, and Stalking
This training meets the training requirements of State HR Policy 50.010.04 Workplace Effects of Domestic Violence, Harassment, Sexual Assault, and Stalking. The online training covers characteristics and effects of domestic violence, harassment, sexual assault, and stalking; the responsibility of an employer; and ways to respond when an employee self discloses or requests referral information.
Overview of Family and Medical Leave
The purpose of the training is to provide managers and supervisors with the information they need to know in order to manage employee leave in accordance with state and federal leave laws. This training covers what family and medical leave is, eligibility for FMLA and OFLA leave, qualifying reasons for FMLA and OFLA leave, the amount of time an employee can take, leave entitlement, medical certification, pay during the leave, insurance, and reinstatement rights.
Maintaining a Harassment Free and Professional Workplace
How do you know what is appropriate workplace behavior and what isn't? How do you know what topics are OK for the workplace and which ones you should avoid? How often have you found yourself feeling uncomfortable with things you've heard or seen in the workplace? In this training, managers and supervisors will learn the definition of harassment, discrimination, and professional workplace behavior, understand what conversations and behaviors need to be avoided in the workplace, and become aware of and be able to reference the statewide policies on harassment, discrimination, and professional workplace behavior.
How to Write a Position Description
The purpose of this training is to provide managers and supervisors with the information they need to know in order to write and maintain effective, accurate position descriptions. This training covers the purpose of a position description, the different sections in a position description, and how to complete each of the sections.
Veterans' Preference in Public Hiring: A Guide for Managers
Veterans’ preference is an important part of the hiring process in the public sector. Applying veteran’s preference not only ensures compliance with state and federal laws, it helps veterans reintegrate into the workforce. In this training managers and supervisors will learn what veterans’ preference is and how it is used in the hiring process.
New Board and Commission Member Training
The purpose of this training is to help new board and commission members in their role. The training covers an overview of Oregon state government, overview of the different types of boards and commissions, general board and commission activities, and public sector ethics.
New Employee Orientation
A statewide new employee orientation curriculum was developed to welcome all new employees to state service and to provide them with general information about state government, working in state government, and key statewide policies that may affect them during state employment. The curriculum consists of two main modules with additional modules for policy review.
To access any of these online trainings log into iLearnOregon at https://ilearn.oregon.gov and search in the course catalog by CHRO and a listing of the courses will be available.
State Manager Reference Guide
There is also an online state manager reference guide. This online guide is intended to provide managers and supervisors with a quick orientation to and overview of state government operations, procedures, and requirements that affect all agencies. Topics include accounting and payroll, auditing, budgeting, buildings and property, employee relations, ethics, laws/rules/counsel, legislative relations, managing risk, procurement, public meetings and records, and surplus property. You can access the reference guide at http://www.oregon.gov/DAS/CHRO/Pages/Manager/index.aspx.