Chairman Tim Price called the meeting to order at 1:30 p.m.
In attendance: Tim Price, Rob Bistodeau, Rosalie del Rosario, Eleanor Domalaog, Maura Eagan, Carlos Garza, Rosemary Troian,. Members Absent: John Clancy, Wende Goo, Marty Golden, Kathy Jones, Shella Merrit, Dawn Messersmith.
The March 6, 2002 minutes were approved as written.
Tim announced that the work plan for the Speakers Bureau was approved in March. In addition, two high school intern proposals were approved. One position will be in Long Beach and the other one will be in Santa Rosa. The Long Beach position will be responsible for developing and designing web pages, brochures and to work with the public affairs officer. The Santa Rosa position will be responsible for managing a GIS database and conducting literature searches for Endangered Species Act consultations. These positions will not counted toward the FTE ceiling.
Discussed Individual Development Plans (IDP) and a survey to let managers know about the kind of training and work experience employees need for career development.
Rob Bistodeau reported continued work on the list server and COOL.
Rosalie provided an update on how the vacancy announcement list server would integrate with COOl and USA Jobs.
The subcommittee is scheduled to meet next month to update and discuss potential work plans. Rosalie talked about looking into an advanced study program: the types of training and financial support for employees interested in graduate study.
Discussed possible EEO training for EEOAC members and the possibility that Natalie Huff or her office could provide the training. The most applicable topic would be the role and responsibilities of an EEOAC member. Prior to identifying and scheduling the training, Rob Bistodeau will check with Natalie Huff about the availability of existing training materials, used during the initial training, that can be distributed to new EEOAC members.
Natalie Huff is scheduled to provide training on EEO/Sexual Harassment at La Jolla and Long beach in June.
Dawn Messersmith resigned as the Secretary and Rosemary Troian was nominated and elected to replace her.
Carlos Garza introduced an idea for a new work plan involving an actively managed bulletin board that would highlight EEOAC issues, opportunities, fellowships, recognition, and diversity issues. The bulletin board would be actively managed at each work site. There was discussion about whether it was a personnel subcommittee item and whether it would be feasible at every location. It was suggested that this proposal be put on the next agenda of the personnel subcommittee.
The next meeting will be held on May 1, 2002 at 1:30 pm.
The meeting adjourned at 2:35 pm.
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