The Management Forum Steering Committee, in collaboration with the Department of Human Resources, is holding an information session on the New Merit Model on October 19, from noon to 2 pm, in Leacock 232. Guest speakers: Robert Savoie, Jacques Sztuke and Josephine Leake. Refreshments will be served. Question period will follow.
Employees have until October 18 to sign up for Canada Savings Bonds through automatic payroll deduction. The Payroll Savings Program is a simple, convenient and secure way to save for tomorrow. Hurry: saving money has never been so easy.
We will hold Morbidity and Mortality Rounds for the MUHC every Wednesday from 5-6 pm. Dr. S. Paraskevas will be in charge of the M&Ms from Sept.-Dec. at the RVH and Dr. L. Feldman from Jan.-Apr. at the MGH.
Please note that the PO-BOX mail server will be unavailable from 06h00 to 09h30 on Sunday, September 19, 2004, due to a maintenance procedure. The STAFF and ELF mail servers may also experience intermittent downtimes during this period. Incoming mail will be queued and delivered when service is restored.
ICS does not recommend that our users install Service Pack 2 on Windows XP machines at this time. Resolutions to SP2 problems are still being sought. Updates on the situation will be posted as more information becomes available. Meanwhile ICS, in collaboration with faculty and department LAN administrators, is compiling some of the most recent problems encountered as a result of SP2 installation.
Putting money away for your goals doesn't have to be challenging. You just need to know where to start. For almost 60 years, millions of Canadians have been purchasing Canada Savings Bonds (CSBs) through the Payroll Savings Program. Fully backed by the Government of Canada, CSBs are cashable at any time. Plus, there are no fees to purchase, hold or redeem your bonds. Saving doesn't get any easier. Find out how you can sign up through the McGill Payroll Savings Program.
The Department of Pension Administration offers three different information sessions to help you plan for your future. To register, please leave a message at the following number, 514-398-8484, or email Celine Garrocho (email@example.com). Space is limited.
Did you know that a component of the 2004-05 Salary Policy for eligible academic staff is the recently established Professional Development Allowance of up to $500? Tenure-track and tenured academics may now be reimbursed for specific University-related expenses limited to...
Staff development program for administrative and support staff including trades & services personnel
Did you know that McGill University's Human Resources department offers an array of staff development courses that are open to administrative support staff, including trades and services personnel?