Be sure to check out the PDT Classes scheduled for July!
With supervisory approval, LCSC will allow employees an alternative summer work schedule for the July 4th holiday week, which may include the use of vacation hours for July 2nd. Here are two examples of possible alternative summer schedules for June 29 to July 3, Monday through Friday:
As usual, supervisors are responsible for designating appropriate work schedules within their department and ensuring offices are appropriately staffed during the college's business hours. Questions related to time reporting should be directed to Human Resources.
The Warrior Wellness Committee is offering you a convenient opportunity to help those people in need this summer.
Please save the date! Monday, July 13th from 11:00 am - 2:45 pm in the SUB Solarium.
Blood drives are very important! Many lives are at risk every day. What better thing to do than to save a life? Our blood drive recruitment goal is 23 donors to ensure achieving a collection goal of 15 units.
Click here to schedule your appointment online. Enter sponsor code lcsc in the blue box in the top right hand corner.
Don't miss the discounts to Silverwood Theme Park, Roaring Springs, Disney on Ice - Frozen, Zip the Snake Zip Line, Schweitzer Mountain Resort, Silver Mountain Resort, Morrison Center, Wahooz Family Fun Center, Thunder Mountain Line, and more! Find these great opportunities through Health Matters' Happenings!
Still haven't set up your Blue Cross of Idaho online account? Why wait? Register online to access your health insurance information, including explanation of benefits statements, deductible status and coverage, as well as these useful digital tools.
The PERSI Choice 401(k) Plan is here for you! It is a voluntary 401(k) plan designed to help PERSI members supplement their PERSI Base Plan and Social Security Benefits at retirement.
Your contributions are deducted from your pay before federal and state taxes are calculated. That means that money you would normally have paid the government is working for you - giving you the opportunity to gain even more, through investment earnings that accumulate tax deferred.
While the Choice Plan is intended as a long-term retirement planning tool, should you need access to your funds before then, it offers a loan feature as well as a hardship withdrawal option for qualifying situations. At retirement, several withdrawal options provide you with flexibility.
How (and Why) to Make Your Employees Feel Important
A leader makes other people feel important and appreciated. The leader excels at creating opportunities to provide rewards, recognition and thanks to his or her staff. A leader creates a work environment in which people feel important and appreciated.
A key leadership trait is the ability to inspire followership. In addition to supplying a shared vision and direction, leaders must develop a relationship with the people they inspire to follow them.
The successful leadership relationship inspires people to become more than they might have been without the relationship. Following an effective leader, people accomplish and achieve more than they may ever have dreamed possible.
The foundation of this successful relationship is the leader's ability to make people feel important. So effective leaders need to demonstrate these practices.
These are powerful, yet simple ways you can reward and recognize people. These are powerful, yet simple, ways to make the people you employ feel important and appreciated.
The bottom line? Believe people are important. Act as if you believe people are important. People will feel important. Important people will think of you as a great leader.
|Keesje Mills, Education & Kinesiology||5 Years|
|Theresa Chrisman, Administrative Services||5 Years|
|Debbie Kolstad, Residence Life||5 Years|
|Jennifer Cromer, Library||5 Years|
|Elizabeth Weldy, e-Learning Services||5 Years|
|Bart Bramell, Business Technology & Service||10 Years|
|Robert McDonald, Technical & Industrial||15 Years|
|Teresa Nash, Technical & Industrial||15 Years|
|Rocky Owens, Coeur d'Alene Outreach Center||15 Years|
|Claire Davis, Humanities||20 Years|
|Nadine Walters, Technical & Industrial||30 Years|
|Katherine Wotring, Victoria Boubel||2nd|
|Cara Thompson, Nicole Engledow||3rd|
|Bryon Olsen, Elizabeth Scarano||4th|
|Paul Thompson, Sheri Weistaner||5th|
|Catherine Corker, Nancy Williams, Sarah Wimer||7th|
|Brandon Lytle, Janelle Kelly||9th|
|Clarence Griffin, Randy Eriksen||16th|
|Charlette Kremer, Janice Raykovich||20th|
|Jason Goldammer, Kim Wolf||22nd|
|Don Crea, Melissa Rode||23rd|
|Samuel Long, Tom Nail||27th|
|Leilani Farrell, Suzanne Rousseau||29th|
|Karen Andrews, Lauri Vance, Traci Birdsell||30th|
WSA Winner: Congratulations to Laura Wilson!
"Laura works with Campus Security in a myriad of ways because of scheduling events and access control. She is always very congenial and extremely helpful. Today Laura went above and beyond her normal duties when she recognized a person that was wanted in connection with a crime. She called Campus Security immediately and gave an accurate description of the person and their direction of travel. Due to her dedication to the safety of this Campus and her quick thinking, Security was able to detain the person long enough for the Lewiston Police to come and place them in custody. We appreciate her hard work and commitment to all of us."