2014-2015 Holiday Schedule
|New Year’s Day Eve
|New Year’s Day
|Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
Employees will be paid as stated in their applicable
collective bargaining agreements.
** For Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) members, the paid holiday schedule is as listed on the Human Resources web site at http://www.lcc.edu/hr/labor_contracts/FOP
The winter break impacting most employees will include December 26th through and including January 2.
As has been the case in the past, there will be exceptions to this schedule. Please check with your immediate supervisor if you have questions about holiday observances / college closings.
Please contact Human Resources at x1870 should you have any additional questions or concerns.
Dr. Knight has authorized the closing of the College on Friday, January 2nd, 2015. Coupled with the December 24th and 25th holidays and the winter break (which begins on December 26, 2014), this will allow most of our employees to enjoy an extended holiday season.
Please note that staff that provide essential services will still need to report to work. If you have any questions regarding your work schedule for January 2nd, please consult with your Supervisor.
Specific time reporting instructions for January 2, 2015 will be issued by Human Resources at a later date.
Should you have any questions, please contact Human Resources at 483-1870.
Get up, get moving, get energized! LCC’s Choosing Health! team is bringing back the Poker Walk on Tuesday, September 9th, Wednesday, October 8th, and Thursday, November, 13th. Best poker hands win a prize!
All event’s will take place:
- 11:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. – Join us anytime within this timeframe.
- Adado Riverfront Park
Poker Walk Sept
Start the school year off in style at Phil’s, LCC’s new campus store.
Located in the StarZone inside the Gannon Building, Phil’s is named after LCC’s founder and first president, Philip Gannon. Phil’s is now offering LCC students, faculty, staff, and visitors with quality LCC-branded apparel, accessories, gifts, supplies, and class needs, along with a unique line of #lovelansing-themed items that you will only find at Phil’s in Downtown Lansing.
New items are being added weekly, so be sure to stop by to see what’s new. For more information, please contact Phil’s at 483-1505.
LCC Employees Bowling League is in its 4th season. We have five full teams and are looking for at least three others that are interested in joining in the after work fun to complete the sixth team.
We will once again bowl at Spare Time on Wednesday nights beginning a 6:00pm. The cost will remain the same at $12 ($10.80 to Spare Time and $1.20 toward the banquet and trophies).
The schedule is as follows:
1st half – October 1 through December 10, 2014 (skip November 26 for Thanksgiving)
2nd half – January 7 through March 18, 2015 (skip March 11 for Spring Break)
Championship Match – March 25, 2015
Banquet – April 1, 2015
Anyone interested in joining the LCC Employees Bowling League, please send an email to the following as soon as possible and no later than September 19th:
Kevin Bubb, League President, firstname.lastname@example.org
Evelyn Lynn, League Treasurer, email@example.com
Due to the shortened time frame for processing the September 5, 2014 pay, Payroll has had to make the following changes to the normal processing schedule:
Hours to be submitted for the Pay Period of August 17 – August 30th for the pay date of September 5, 2014, BW18:
Time Cards due Friday, August 29th, by 12:00 Noon (hours will be projected for August 30st)
Time Card Approvals due Friday, August 29th, by 5:00PM.
Time Card Adjustments due Tuesday, September 2nd, by 10:00AM.
Lansing Community College
Beginning August 1, 2014 LCC has partnered with FEI Behavioral Health, a well-known and respected provider of Employee Assistance Plan (EAP) and Work-Life services. FEI has a network of counselors, located all across the country, to provide these services to employees and family members when they are needed.
At one time or another, most of us will face a personal problem or family care issue that impacts the quality of our home life, relationships, health or ability to do our best at work. Most of the time, we can work these things out ourselves but, at times, we could benefit from some professional, objective guidance.
Help through our EAP and Work-Life Services is . . .
- Professional—access to highly skilled, licensed, professional counselors and work-life specialists at no cost to you.
- Convenient—Counselors with flexible hours are available near your home or workplace. Referrals for work-life services are also made to local resources.
- Confidential—Your right to privacy is fully protected by law and company policy. No one at work or outside of work will know if you use the EAP and/or Work-Life Services.
Our new EAP provider offers services in the areas of:
- Work-Life Services
- Legal & Financial Services
Information about the new carrier can be found on our HR web page: http://www.lcc.edu/hr/employee_benefits/ or through the below links:
Employee Assistance Program
Additionally, FEI provides a wealth of information available online (http://feieap.com/) where you will use as your Username: lcc
Human Resources Director
Total Compensation, Employment, HR Systems
Lansing Community College
Office: (517) 483-1875
Cell: (517) 582-5010
The Lansing Police Department and LCC Police and Public Safety will participate in an advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training on LCC’s downtown campus tonight, August 19, and tomorrow, August 20. Both trainings will be held in the 505 N. Capitol and TLC buildings from 6-8 p.m. Please be aware of the additional activity on campus during this realistic, scenario-based training.
Please contact LCC Police and Public Safety at (517) 483-1800 or firstname.lastname@example.org to address any questions or concerns.