May 29, 2018 | Volume 7, Issue 17
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It’s Time for Year-end
Performance Evaluations

On May 29, the Workday system opens for employees to complete self-evaluations. Employees will receive a message in their Outlook and Workday inboxes with instructions for completing their self-evaluations in Workday by June 29.

While this is a required step for employees in the remaining operations, it is a voluntary step for those in the divesting operations (although strongly encouraged as it is a valuable tool in the performance evaluation process). In August, all employees will have their performance discussion with their manager ...

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Be Mindful Challenge Begins

The Be Mindful Challenge began yesterday, but it is not too late to participate! Join the challenge now and start tracking your mindful minutes. Log at least 200 mindful minutes between May 28 and June 24 to receive $50 wellness dollars. Refer to the attached list of “Ways to Practice Mindfulness” for ideas on how you can start being more mindful today ...

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Saint Joseph London Hosts 17th Annual Maternity Fair

Saint Joseph London will host its 17th annual Maternity Fair on Friday, June 1 from 5:30-8:30 p.m. at the London Community Center. Festivities for the evening include vendor booths, displays, samples, demonstrations, door prices and refreshments. Giveaways and prizes will be distributed after the final speaker. One lucky attendee will receive a $500 gift card to Walmart ...

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Information Technology Services Update

To help improve the process when you contact the ITS Service Desk for assistance, find out how to edit your IT Support Profile. If you haven’t already, signing up for Secure Remote Access will improve your ITS Service Desk experience, too. To read all about it, click Read More ...

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ITS Security Tip of the Week – Be Social Media Savvy

Don't make it easy for identity thieves to gather information about you. Information you innocently post on social media can help criminals take on your identity and give unauthorized users access to your (or maybe even CHI’s) private information. If cybercriminals can find your full name, birth date and age, location, education, profession and interests, they may be able to use this information to impersonate you online ...

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More Headlines & Events

Our Lady of Peace Honored by the Kentucky Hospital Association for Outstanding Work with 2018 Quality Award

Continuing Care Hospital Honored by the Kentucky Hospital Association for Outstanding Work with 2018 Quality Award

Jewish Hospital Shelbyville Achieves Sleep Center Accreditation with ACHC

Panel Discussion – Breaking Down Barriers: The Importance of Jewish Hospital in Louisville's History May 31

Maternity Fair at Saint Joseph London June 1

Flaget Memorial Hospital Foundation Golf Tournament in Bardstown June 1

Men’s Health Fair in Shelbyville June 2

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