Our Mission is to advance University goals by providing customer service to prospective, current and former employees. The Office of Human Resources’ focus will be on educating faculty and staff to ensure their time as an employee impacts the University community positively and is inclusive of a diverse work environment. Our Mission will be fulfilled by providing tools for employee advancement, development, recognition and reinforcing policies that are consistent while maintaining the confidentiality of all personnel data.
The Office of Human Resources is committed to being a partner with the University to work strategically with our diverse community in identifying and responding to its changing needs. The Office of Human Resources will provide leadership and guidance on all employee related issues for our constituents. Our best practices will foster an ethical and equitable atmosphere that will encompass engaged learning for our employees.
Accessibility:The Office of Human Resources follows Affirmative Action guidelines to ensure effective communication with people with disabilities by furnishing auxiliary aids and services as necessary.
Confidentiality:The Office of Human Resources recognizes the individual's right to privacy implicit in the United States Constitution and Bill of Rights and makes every effort to keep an individual's personal information confidential.
Ethics and Compliance:The Office of Human Resources recognizes the individual's right to privacy implicit in the United States Constitution and Bill of Rights and makes every effort to keep an individual's personal information confidential.
Equal Opportunity:The Office of Human Resources follows hiring policies designed to recruit more minorities based on The Equal Opportunity Act of 1972, which expands Title VII protections to educational institutions.
Cooperation: A shared effort for mutual economic and social benefits by The Office of Human Resources, the University, and the surrounding community.
Quality Customer Service: The Office of Human Resources strives to offer the best to its customers, the employees of New Jersey City University.
Location: Hepburn Hall, Room 105Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: (201)200-2335Fax: (201)200-2219
Office Hours: 8:30 am-5:00 pm
Title IX is a federal civil rights law and provides that, “No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.” [read more]