These manager resources have been developed for administrative managers at Carleton University. We hope these resources will help to support you in the personnel management decisions you make every day.

If you are an academic manager, please refer to the Faculty Affairs Toolbox on CULearn.

Recruitment: Our HR Advisors are here to help by providing assistance in developing an effective recruitment strategy, as well as participating in selection panels and providing assistance in identifying the best candidate for the job.   In this section you’ll find information on:

  • submitting a job requisition
  • attracting the best candidates
  • interviewing candidates

New Employees: As a manager you play the most important role in orientation by making sure that new employees have access to the right tools, information and people to be successful.  In this section you’ll find:

  • resources to ensure new employees have access to basic information about their role and the environment in which they will be working
  • information on setting up a new employee with payroll services

Performance Tools: Most people want to do their jobs well. For this to happen, people need to know the core skills and responsibilities required and what can be improved. In this section you’ll find information on:

  • Probationary Reviews
  • Professional Development Process
  • Performance Management

Leave Reporting and Managing Attendance:  It is the managers responsibility to monitor attendance, ensure that leave reports are completed and signed for all employees in department, and accept a return to work assessment and accommodation requirement.  In this section you’ll find information on:

  • recording and reporting on absence
  • managing sick leave and annual leave
  • submitting leave information (information for departmental administrators)

Redeployment: A continuing position may be declared redundant where there is no longer a need for that position due to a lack of work, a reorganization of duties, or a reduction of services.  Contact your HR Business Partner for more information on the following:

  • Collective Agreement process
  • helping employees transition to another position

Workplace Injury or Illness: Do you know what to do in case of a workplace injury or illness?  In this section you’ll find information on:

  • steps to take in the event of a workplace injury or illness
  • reporting obligations