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. For more information about HR and what we do, contact the HR Service Center at (315) 443-4042 or email email@example.com.
The Office of Human Resources in partnership with Syracuse University Health Services will offer two more clinics for faculty and staff to receive a free flu vaccine. Annual vaccination is an important step people can take to protect themselves and others from the flu. See the schedule below and plan to stop by to get your vaccine to maximize your protection throughout the flu season!
Thursday, Oct. 27 from 11a.m.-2p.m., Skytop Office Building, Large Conference Room, 2nd floor
Tuesday, Nov. 1 from 11a.m.-2p.m., Newhouse 1, Miron Special Events Room 303
You must present your valid SU ID at the clinic to receive the vaccine. Temporary employees may show an alternate picture ID. No appointments are necessary.
As the Office of Human Resources continues its transformation to provide better service, guidance and support to individuals and units across the University, Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer Andrew R. Gordon invites members of the Syracuse University community to share their thoughts, ideas and feedback directly with him.
As previously announced, Gordon holds open office hours Wednesdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in his office at 434 Crouse-Hinds Hall. His open office hours will continue on Wednesdays through the start of the 2016-17 academic year. No appointment is necessary.
Regular academic year office hours for Syracuse University begin on Monday, August 29, 2016 and will be in effect through Friday, May 12, 2017, except for holidays and Green Days.
Human Resources Service Center
Skytop Office Building
Effective immediately, Human Resources is organizing into three main portfolios to better serve faculty and staff. These changes were prompted after HR met with University community members to better understand the important need for human resources services, transactional support, and professional development. Read more
The goal is to develop a highly skilled, proactive, service-oriented organization that delivers well-conceived and well-designed services and programs to the University’s faculty and staff. HR will provide effective and efficient end-to-end transactions and strategic advice, guided by the six priorities outlined below.
During the transition of the University’s Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FSAP) services to Carebridge, Shane Brown, part of Carebridge’s extensive network of local clinicians, was available on-campus throughout spring semester.
Now that Brown has completed his time on campus, Syracuse University staff, faculty, graduate assistants and their families may continue to reach Carebridge 24 hours a day by calling 800.437.0911. Carebridge offers independent, confidential counseling by phone and through local providers, as well as support in a wide array of work-life areas, including child and elder care, personal finance, tobacco cessation and more.
For details or to connect with Carebridge, call 800.437.0911. The website is myliferesource.com, and SU’s access code is WY6CE. You can read more about Carebridge on the Wellness and Human Resources websites. Questions? Contact Gail Grozalis, executive director of wellness for faculty and staff, at 315.443.4193 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
In November 2015, more than 3,300 faculty, staff and graduate students enrolled in Syracuse University’s comprehensive and competitive benefit programs through Open Enrollment. Shortly afterwards, Human Resources solicited feedback on Open Enrollment communications through a brief survey. Here are some of the survey results:
The Human Resources team continues to develop relevant training and programming, improve its website, and explore additional communication channels to enhance dialogue with faculty, staff, and graduate assistants. Watch for further improvements from Human Resources in the 2016-17 academic year. If you have any questions about any University benefits, please contact email@example.com or 315.443.4042.