HR Events

  • Aug 16-17

    2017 Graduate Student Employee Processing

    Georgia Tech Human Resources helps new hires on-board early at Graduate Student Employee Processing event.

  • Aug 22

    Be Well: Powers of Attorney

    Learn why Powers of Attorney are needed and how to define processes, permissions, and provisions— whether financial or medically warranted. This informative session will include time for questions and is usually a very popular workshop with limited space—so register early! Presented by LegalEase.

  • Aug 23

    Conflict Management: An Exercise in Enriching Relationships

    Participants in this workshop will learn their personal Conflict Style and a framework to leverage as they work through conflict.

  • Sep 13

    Be Well: Saving for the Holidays

    Learn the steps and tools you can use to help develop a financial plan for the holidays while continuing to manage your money throughout the year. Having control over your financial situation can help you meet your personal goals and not overspend during the holiday season. Presented by Wells Fargo.

  • Sep 20

    Be Well: Understanding Mental Health and Important Triggers (Fall)

    Get an overview of the most common issues and symptoms that show up around mental health in the workplace and learn how to "map" the conversation around them. Listen to real-time scenarios and get more info on the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and how to access it. Presented by EAP Consultants, LLC.

  • Sep 27

    Be Well: Discover STAMPS Health Benefits for Employees

    Come and learn about the services provided for Georgia Tech employees within Stamps Health Services. These include employee flu shot clinics, travel medicine, retail pharmacy services, LIVE Health, and Employee Assistance Program services. Presented by Georgia Tech STAMPS Health Services.

  • Oct 11

    Be Well: Take Control of Your Health: How to Read Food Labels

    Do you find yourself walking down the packaged food aisle in your grocery store and making decisions based on what’s on the front package? Do you feel confused about what is truly healthy? Learn the truth about food marketing and gain practical and applicable tips to use on your next grocery run. Empower yourself to understand what’s really in the food you’re buying. Presented by Georgia Tech Work-Life Specialist Candice Bovian.

  • Oct 17

    Be Well: Life, Estate, and Inheritance Planning

    Estate planning is not just for the rich. Learn how to properly plan for you and your loved ones with an Estate Plan. This workshop will encompass Powers of Attorney, Trusts, Wills, and Beneficiary Designations. Presented by LegalEase.

  • Oct 24

    Be Well: Social Smoking: No Big Deal?

    Some people do not consider themselves smokers because they only smoke when drinking or on their birthday or when [insert activity]. Learn about the health concerns for individuals and populations (e.g., college students). Resources will be identified and provided to support the efforts of tobacco users wishing to quit. Presented by Georgia Tech Health Promotion Educator, Tammy Turner.

  • Nov 8

    Be Well: Equally Prepared: Financial Planning for the LGBTQIA Community

    Delve into the financial and legal challenges facing members of the LGBTQIA community—even with the U.S. Supreme Court’s marriage equality ruling – and potential solutions to address them. Presented by TIAA.

  • Nov 15

    Be Well: Healthy Cooking Demo: "Preparing a Healthy Holiday Meal"

    The holidays do not have to be synonymous with fried, fatty, and excess. Come learn how to prepare a healthy holiday meal and impress your friends and family! Presented by Sodexo.

  • Dec 6

    Be Well: Demystifying Life Insurance

    In today’s complex financial marketplace, purchasing life insurance can be overwhelming. How do you know the amount of life insurance you need, what type suits you, and if you can afford it? Presented by TIAA.