FIRST CLASS: Carrico, Casperson look back (and ahead) after ITD’s inaugural Emerging Leaders journey
Eighteen months ago, Tyler Carrico and Nancy Casperson embarked on a journey that would re-shape them, as employees and as people, as ITD’s first class of Emerging Leaders kicked off. Already a highly successful program at the WASHTO level, the department decided to bring the training to Idaho.
One common thread that runs between all of us as state workers is our membership in the Public Employees Retirement System of Idaho - PERSI. We may have different investment styles, preferences and habits outside of work, but that one financial commonality remains.
Two department videos earn “distinction” in the 2019 Videographer Awards
Two department videos - a biking safety video and new video version of the annual report - recently won Awards of Distinction in the 2019 Videographer awards from among 1,500 entries in the national competition out of Dallas, Texas.
Idaho Transportation Board
Airport aid, long-range planning, legislative proposals will highlight board’s July meeting in D4
Financial aid to Idaho airports, long-range transportation planning, and draft legislation for the next session will be discussed at the Idaho Transportation Board’s July 17-18 meeting in Shoshone.
ITD employees have an avenue to share their appreciation for the assistance and guidance of colleagues. Recognition and acknowledgement is an essential component of job satisfaction. These are the MVP cards submitted by employees in the past week:
ITD Job Openings UPDATED
The current list of job openings may help inform employees of the career choices available to them that make ITD a great place to work. It also may assist in external recruitment when looking for the best candidates.
Transporter continues to grow into effective employee outreach tool
There are more than 3,000 unique employee views of the Transporter and its stories each week, more than a 473% increase compared to the low point just a few years ago.
Several changes have been made in order to make the newsletter a viable employee-outreach tool.
D3 Traffic overpowers weeds for safety
D3's Traffic section recently took on a weed-infested courtyard area on the District 3 campus as part of their July staff meeting. The weeds were becoming a safety hazard for the district's nearly 300 employees, so the area was cleaned up as a safety/team building exercise.