HR Process Realignment
In her memorandum of June 26, 2012, Former Chancellor Brady discussed the realignment of certain EHRA (EPA) functions into the Office of Human Resources in order to maximize existing resources and streamline services. Over the past few months, Academic Affairs, Human Resources, and the Chancellor's Office have worked together to review and consolidate certain processes. The focus of these efforts has been to ensure continuity and seamlessness for the campus community in the transition.
Effective October 1, 2012 Human Resources will assume responsibility for administration of EHRA (EPA) nonfaculty compensation, employee relations, policy matters, and payroll processes. All EHRA (EPA) faculty processes including faculty appointment, reappointment, promotion, tenure, and compensation will be handled by Academic Affairs. We are currently developing an online employment system for hiring of EHRA (EPA) faculty and EHRA (EPA) non-faculty positions. When this system is launched in January, Human Resources will coordinate and maintain the system on behalf of the University. At that time, all EHRA (EPA) non-faculty hiring processes will be coordinated by Human Resources.
As part of the realignment, Maria "Cati" Munoz and Marcia Rey will be moving to Human Resources and will continue to handle EHRA (EPA) non-faculty transaction processing under the supervision of Benita Peace, Director of Talent Management and Affirmative Action Officer.
- Questions on EHRA (EPA) non-faculty policy, compensation, and employee relations can be directed to Human Resources.
- Questions on EHRA (EPA) non-faculty payroll processing can be directed to Tammie Hill.
- Faculty members with questions about personnel policy or a specific employment matter should continue to contact Alan Boyette.
- Questions regarding faculty personnel processes should be directed to Andrea Whitley.
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