- Holiday Food Battle Plan
- Are You Sabotaging Your Team?
- Preventing Type 2 Diabetes
- Don’t Cheat Your Sleep
- Unwritten Rules for Getting Ahead
- The Great American Smokeout
- Plan Upstream for Holiday Stress
- Productivity Tips for Telecommuters
- Do Coworkers Think You’re Friendly?
- Should You See a Professional Counselor?
- Aggressive Driver? Take a Quiz
- Taking Charge When Feeling Down
- Don’t See Teen Drug Abuse as Normal
- Say Good-Bye to Technology Before Bedtime
- Mental Health and Media News
- Talk to Your Supervisor
- Be an “Active Listener”
- How to Demonstrate Leadership Now
- Tardiness has a Big Impact
- Take the Stairs!
- On-boarding Yourself
- Create a Cache to Change Your Mood
- Marijuana Research: What Should I Believe
- Millennial Stress and Strain
HR #1 - Student Accident Insurance
HR #2 - Workers Compensation Benefits Process/Procedures
HR #3 - Procedures for Reporting Patron Accidents
HR #4 - Procedures for Reporting Student Accidents / Injuries
HR #5 - Employees Driving Personal Vehicle on District Business, Activity/Field Trips
HR #6 - LPS Safety Committee and Injury Prevention Program
HR #7 - Damage, Loss and Theft Reporting Procedures
HR #8 - Directives on All Hires
HR #9 - Directive on License Usage
HR #10 - Directive on Eligible Participants in Lincoln Public Schools Nonelective 403(b) Retirement Plan
HR #11 - Directive on Distributions From the Lincoln Public Schools Elective 403(b) Retirement Plan for Employees Terminating Employment Before Attaining Age 59-1/2
HR #12 - Directive on Eligible Participants and Re-Employed Individuals in Lincoln Public SchoolsHealth Reimbursement Arrangement (HRA)
- Included in this edition are supervisor questions on difficult yet common employee situations and best practice responses. Issues addressed are corrective action, overwork and burnout, facilitating a positive work culture, language for making a supervisory referral, and attitudes displayed during correction action meetings.
- Supervisor questions on difficult yet common employee situations and best practice responses. Issues addressed are meetings, supervisor skills, feedback, conflict within the department, and the blame game.
- Supervisor questions on difficult yet common employee situations and best practice responses. Issues addressed are common complaints, positive employee performance, misperception of EAP, helping an employee change and cyberloafing.
- Fitness Tip: Spring Into Fitness
- Talking To Tweens About Sexuality
- Networking Tips
- Ways To Balance Your Time
- Simple Steps Can Cut the Clutter
- Healthy Winter Travel
- Parents: Campus Safety 101 When Touring Colleges
- Simple Ideas for a Great First Date
- Is It Time To Take Away The Keys?
- Back-To-School: Establishing a Morning Routine
- Loaning Money to Friends or Relatives
- Fitting Exercise In
- Going Camping? Keep it Green
- Summer Pool Safety
- Six Myths about Stress
- Prescription Medicine: Dispose of it Safely