June 2018

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June calendar on Page 6

Do Your Homework

HR Service Reminders

NEW Look for The County Connection!

The County Connection will be debuting a new look next month and we wanted to give you a sneak peek at what's coming! You will still get all of the aspects of the current newsletter, with a new and improved user interface and layout. So, when next month rolls around, you will experience our newsletter in a whole new way as you continue to read the County Connection! (Click the logo below)

First ELCP Graduating Class

In Spring 2014, the Emerging Leaders Certification Program (ELCP) was unveiled as a new leadership program exclusively for non-supervisory employees, providing the framework, tools, and learning experiences to help participants strengthen their leadership skills, self-awareness, customer service delivery, and initiative. On May 3, 2018, the inaugural ELCP class completed their final Level IV assignment, and we are very excited to congratulate our first graduating class... More on Page 2

Navigate Your Way Through FileNet

IBM FileNet Content Manager (FileNet) has been in Henrico County for over 16 years. FileNet is an electronic document management repository where files are stored. It has nearly 13,000,000 documents of all types of formats (.pdf, .docx, .tif, .xlsx, etc.) from 24 departments/divisions. Each document has unique properties assigned to them, allows for document versioning, and provides access control security based on a department’s requirements... More on Page 3

Town Hall Thoughts

The semi-annual Town Hall meeting was held May 22nd at the Libby Mill Library; this time with a slightly different format than ones in the past. This Town Hall had a panel of five employees, each with about 40 years of service for Henrico. Each person in attendance had the opportunity to ask questions, listen and learn about each of the panelists experiences and knowledge working for the County. In return... More on Page 4

HealthTrip: Slip, Slap, Slop. Summer Sun Safety. (Say that five times fast)

Some people think about sun protection only when they spend a day at the lake, beach or pool. But, sun exposure adds up day after day, and it happens every time a person is in the sun. While brief exposures to sunlight help the body make Vitamin D to stay healthy, too much sunlight can cause cancer. That’s why sun-safe habits should begin in childhood and last a lifetime... More on Page 5

Front Page

The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new.



John Allport, General Services
Thomas Baird, MHDS
Matthew Dix, Fire
John Francis, Police
Christopher Gregson, Recreation and Parks
Earnest Henderson, Juvenile Detention
Clarence Hunter, Police
Jana Jennings, Police
Mary Johnson, MHDS
Deborah Lanasa, MHDS
Julian Lipscomb Jr., Fire
Kathleen McClory, Library
Albert Merz, Police
Jeffrey Miles, Police
Kathy Mitchell, Finance
Judith Musgrave, MHDS
Leroy Rice, Jr., DPU
Richard Rice, Fire
Larry Spencer, Fire
Cathy Wagle, Social Services

New Employees

For a PDF list of new permanent employees of Henrico County, click here.