Welcome to Human Resources
Syracuse University is a great place to teach, conduct research, and work. Whether you are part-time staff or tenured faculty, the Office of Human Resources is dedicated to providing you with the services, information, and support you need to succeed at SU. HR provides leadership and service to the campus community in the areas of employee benefits, compensation, recruitment and hiring, employee relations, WorkLife and organizational development, student employment, diversity and inclusion, and offers assistance and counseling to University employees and eligible dependents.
For more information about HR and what we do, contact the HR Service Center at (315) 443-4042 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 169 University faculty and staff who signed up to run or walk in the 32nd annual J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge on Tuesday were part of a record-breaking crowd of 8,564 participants. Sascha Scott, an assistant professor of art history in The College of Arts and Sciences, won the women’s division. Scott also helped SU win the mixed team division. For more information about the event or race results, visit the Team SU page on the University Wellness Initiative website.
Summer office hours for Syracuse University began Monday, May 12, and will be in effect through Friday, August 22. Summer hours are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Questions? Contact Human Resources at 315-443-4042 or email@example.com.
Human Resources has collaborated with other University departments to streamline the job evaluation process. An important tool is the Position Evaluation Request (PER), which replaces three forms that are being retired: the Job Information Questionnaire (JIQ); the Position and Search Administrative Approval (PSAA) form; and the Position Approval Memo (PAM). The new form was piloted with several departments and found to be more intuitive, easier to use, and a valuable tool for making the entire process more efficient.
If you have questions or would like more information about the PER form or the position evaluation process, visit the Position Evaluation Procedures page on the HR website or contact the HR compensation team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Want to learn more about Dependent Tuition Benefits such as the SU Tuition Waiver, Cash Grant and Tuition Exchange programs? View the recorded presentation at the following website: http://app.brainshark.com/eguestin/vu?pi=16626478&dm=5&pause=1&nrs=1&appKey=77