Office of Chief Human Resources Officer | University BenefitsUniversity Compensation | Diversity & Affirmative Action Employee Relations & Talent DevelopmentHR Recruitment Services | HR Technology| HR Payroll Services
Resnick Campus, Belfer 1209Fax: 718-430-8542
Wilf Campus, 90 Laurel Hill Terrace Fax: 212-795-0834
Yvonne M. Ramirez Chief Human Resources OfficerAmanda MelendezExecutive Assistant Phone: firstname.lastname@example.org
Serving all University employees, focusing on long-range planning to help support YU's ability to attract, retain and serve an excellent faculty and staff, this team implements programs to help employees balance work and personal lives, and encourages wellness and prevention.
Resnick Campus, Belfer 1203Fax: 718-430-3736
Michael BloomDirectorPhone: email@example.com
Carla PasqualiAssociate DirectorPhone: firstname.lastname@example.org
Geniene JonesAdministratorPhone: email@example.com
Priscilla GreerAssociatePhone: firstname.lastname@example.org
This team has university-wide responsibility to support new compensation systems and processes, competitive salary positioning and policies, and to work to implement performance appraisal and development of new rewards structures.
Resnick Campus, Belfer 1212Fax: 718-430-4098
Tanisha RileyDirectorPhone: email@example.com
Karin RosenthalAssistant DirectorPhone: firstname.lastname@example.org
Diversity and Affirmative Action is an independent function to provide support of our diversity outreach efforts and oversight for all equal opportunity employment, compliance requirements, and reporting. This expanding role will include training to improve our search and recruitment efforts, creating a respectful workplace and valuing differences.
Resnick Campus, Belfer 1206 Fax: 718-430-8783
Renee CokerDiversity & AA Officer Phone: email@example.com
This area currently addresses a broad range of employee relations and disciplinary issues for non-represented staff. This office will assume responsibility for similarly working with you in situations involving represented staff which includes: job performance and disciplinary issues; assistance to managers with coaching and counseling; allegations of misconduct; assistance with general employee relations issues such as difficult work relationships, interpersonal problems between and among staff of the same or different levels, concerns about treatment, etc.; position eliminations, layoffs, reduction in hours, and restructuring that affect represented staff. This staff will also continue to build upon their excellent record for partnering with managers to solve workplace problems and for delivering a high quality training and professional development program to support you and your staff.
Wilf Campus, 90 Laurel Hill TerraceFax: 212-795-0834
Resnick Campus, Belfer 1208
Michael SicaDirectorPhone: 212-960-5400 firstname.lastname@example.org
Natasha ReidAssistant DirectorPhone: email@example.com
Michael SperlingAssistant DirectorPhone: firstname.lastname@example.org
Barbara NielsenEmployee Engagement & Relations SpecialistPhone: email@example.com
Andrew FlatgardHR Technology TrainerPhone:firstname.lastname@example.org
Nava UrkowitzHR CoordinatorPhone: 212-960-5400 email@example.com
This team is charged with coordinating the entire recruitment cycle and supporting departments in the hiring and onboarding of new employees. Human Resources Services will also provide local support for HR inquiries and general employment related requests required by faculty and staff on all campuses.
Resnick Campus, Belfer 1207Fax: 718-430-4098
Manhattan Campuses, 90 Laurel Hill TerraceFax: 212-795-0834
Tracey WilmotDirectorPhone: 718-430-2556Phone: 212-960-5400 firstname.lastname@example.org
Candice Nelson (Einstein Campus Recruitment)
HR RepresentativePhone: email@example.com
HR Coordinator (Einstein Campus Recruitment) Phone: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sheri YoungHR Coordinator (Manhattan Campus Recruitment)Phone: email@example.com
This function focuses on implementing and leveraging technologies to support faculty and staff access to information, data, benefits and other programs. Its goals are to streamline and improve HR functions and processes and develop a comprehensive HR website.
Michele RussoDirector HR Technology & OperationsPhone: firstname.lastname@example.orgChristina Cruz-MendezHR Systems AdministratorPhone: email@example.com
The newly created HRIS and Payroll Services
Department is comprised of three areas of specialization: HR Information
Systems, Kronos and Payroll. HRIS reviews and applies all changes made to
employee records. Changes include but
are not limited to: new hires, rehires, leaves of absences, termination, one
time payments, series of payments, and labor changes. Staff will assist in
helping managers apply all employments changes.
The Kronos area will use the Kronos Timekeeping System to validate and
approve employee timecards. Payroll is responsible
for the payroll production and all deduction applications that you see on your
pay advice. Payroll staff will be available to answer deduction questions with
regards to: Federal, State and Local taxation, benefits, and union.
Wilf Campus, 90 Laurel Hill TerraceFax: 212-795-0834Resnick Campus, Van Etten Room 5A4HRIS and Payroll Services Department
Kerry SuzukiDirector HRIS/Payroll Services Department718firstname.lastname@example.orgHR Information Systems StaffAbiodun OsinowoHRIS Administrator718email@example.comDawn AlmenasHRIS Analyst718firstname.lastname@example.orgMirna KontopoulosHRIS Coordinator718email@example.comKronos StaffCynthia WebbKronos Coordinator718firstname.lastname@example.orgPayroll StaffEdward PerrySenior Payroll Assistant718email@example.com
Manhattan LiaisonMildred Diaz-Perez718firstname.lastname@example.org
500 West 185th Street
New York, NY 10033
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New York, NY 10033
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