Any Connection
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Reminder: If you have been issued a work laptop, instructions¬† are available for Any Connection on the Information Technology page. Any Connection is a program to allow staff to work from another location outside of FCPH if needed.     … Read More

COVID-19 Updates
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FCPH has been significantly involved in preparing for and responding to the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak. Here are few updates as the situation continues to evolve. FCPH has gone into ICS and have activated command staff as well as … Read More

Employee Anniversaries
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Congratulations to Will Longmore, Brandon Blakeman, and Daniel Ward, who were each recognized for their one year anniversary at FCPH and to Mike Lopinsky who was recognized for his 25 year anniversary during the March Board of Health meeting! ūüéČ … Read More

Microsoft Office Upgrade
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Please be aware that FCPH will be upgraded from Office 2013 to Office Pro Plus on Tuesday, February 25th after 5:00 PM Summary The Microsoft 365 upgrade to Office Pro Plus is scheduled to begin after 5:00 PM on Tuesday, … Read More

2020 Employee Handbook
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The updated version of the Employee Handbook is now available on the FCPH Policies page and includes highlights in the table of contents to indicate the areas that have been amended. You will receive a handbook signature page in your … Read More

Updated Travel Policy
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The Board of Health approved on 02/11/2020 an updated Travel Policy which includes: All mileage requests are due within 90 days from the day of the trip/event. A new mileage form is available on the Forms & Things You Need … Read More

Franklin County Training Calendar
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The March and April 2020 Franklin County training calendar is now available. The Office of Learning & Staff Development (OLSD) is pleased to present its training schedule for March and April 2020. Franklin County OLSD believes that training is an … Read More

Employee Anniversary
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Congratulations to Javonte Barnes, who was recognized for his one year anniversary and to Marisue Madlener, who was recognized for her five year anniversary during the February Board of Health meeting! ūüéČ          

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