OCG's HR Liaison is Jessica Trowbridge. HR Liaisons play a key role in communicating information between our department and Human Resources. HR Liaisons perform transactional and professional HR functions and serve as the HR point person for OCG. Jessica supports our office in the following ways.
HR Liaisons facilitate the hiring process from start to finish and should be notified as soon as a position is being initiated. The hiring process includes and should involve our HR Liaison directly with:
- Creating or updating positions and approvals
- Coordinating with the HR Recruiter to post positions
- Scheduling of interviews
- Final selection and verbal offer
- Background check and offer letter
- Employee set-up
Onboarding new employees
Our HR Liaisons maintain OCG's onboarding program for new employees. They interface with supervisors and the new employee to ensure that the onboarding experience is welcoming and thorough.
OCG's HR Liaisons help track leave balances and can assist OCG employees with leave discrepancies or questions. The CU Boulder Human Resources website provides more detail regarding leave.
Performance Reviews & Planning
CU Boulder has an annual performance management cycle that includes performance reviews and performance planning sessions between employees and their supervisors. OCG's HR Liaison provides reminders to staff throughout those cycles to ensure that the paperwork required is completed and provided to Human Resources within the designated timeframes.
The CU Boulder Human Resources website has additional detail regarding the university's performance management program :
Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) is a form of job protection that runs concurrently with all applicable forms of paid and unpaid leave. There are specific forms required and available on the Human Resources website. Jessica Trowbridge can help ensure all necessary paperwork is completed and answer questions for OCG staff.
The CU Boulder Human Resources website provides information specific to:
The Office of Institutional Equity and Compliance manages the reasonable accommodation process for employees with disabilities as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).