HR Question of the Week: Will Kent State conduct another child car seat safety inspection this fall?
The Division of Human Resources is pleased to co-host its second child car seat safety inspection of 2016 on Tuesday, Nov. 8, from 3-6 p.m. at Kent State University’s Child Development Center, located at 775 Loop Road in Kent.
Four out of five car seats are installed incorrectly. Keep your child safe by making sure your child’s car seat is properly installed. If you have more than one car seat or base, feel free to have them each inspected.
Certified Child Passenger Safety Technicians from the Portage County Health Department will conduct child car seat inspections. Kent State Police Department representatives also will be on hand to answer any safety-related questions you may have. Additionally, there will be a small health fair with representatives from local health and wellness service providers.
We encourage you to reserve your appointment here today! Individuals without an appointment will be accommodated as time permits on a first-come, first-serve basis.
For questions, please contact Kim Hauge, manager of employee wellness, at 330-672-7505 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kent businesses, with the help of Main Street Kent, have created an exclusive weekend of special offers, giveaways, discounts and raffles just for educators Friday, Nov, 17 through Sunday, Nov. 19. Simply show your school ID at time of purchase for offerings and discounts. Explore participating businesses and special offers!
At Kent State, we want to honor the celebration of our Native American and Indigenous culture by developing a calendar encompassing all the university events that are relevant to Native American Heritage Month. The Native American Heritage Month Planning Committee is welcoming university divisions, departments and student organizations to begin submitting their programming, activities and events to the University Events Calendar to be featured on the Native American Heritage Month Website.
Open Enrollment is from Oct. 16, through Nov. 3. Each year in the fall, benefits-eligible employees may select and make changes to their health coverage plans based on their needs and the needs of their family. Outside a qualifying life event, this will be the only window during which such changes may be made. Click to learn more, and to see how to access the Open Enrollment Portal.