Human Resources Updates

When the Office of Human Resources asked the campus community how we could best serve your needs, you told us that you would value:

  • enhanced HR services that are consultative, as well as transactional
  • increased customer service
  • right-sizing of our HR staff
  • centralized services to better serve you – for example, in the recruitment process
  • enhanced employee relations services – including a dedicated senior HR generalist for employee relations and development
  • strategic recruiting of faculty and staff, including diversity recruiting

Human Resources is pleased to now share an update on our HR transformation process, following up on the vision presented at the March 2019 Campus Update by Andre Burton, vice president for human resources and diversity.  

  1. Hiring of Charity Davis, NEOMED’s new Office of Human Resources director: Charity joined NEOMED on August 1 and works under the leadership of the vice president of Human Resources and Diversity to direct all HR activities in support of the institutional business plan and strategic plan.
  2. Physical transformation: The Office of Human Resources has been expanded to provide an open and welcoming space that is more aesthetically pleasing and user-friendly – and one that functions better, so that our staff can serve you better.
  3. Building our team: Human Resources is pleased to share our staffing changes. Toccara Ball was recently promoted to senior human resources generalist, employee relations and development and Amanda Filippi was promoted to human resources generalist. We have added a new team member, with Diana Krizanic joining human resources as senior human resources generalist, talent management, effective Nov. 1. Recruitment is underway for the human resources coordinator position.
  4. Service protocols: Revised protocols (to be posted to the website) have been implemented to guide HR services, ensuring a positive customer experience.

Watch The Pulse for more updates regarding website content; In-person training, including civil treatment training; development opportunities and more.

— Submitted by Charity Davis

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