On March 29, Vice President for Human Resources and Dean of the Faculty Sanjeev R. Kulkarni emailed all employees with an update about coronavirus.
Princeton is actively engaged in efforts related to the impacts of coronavirus. For the most up-to-date information, visit the University's Coronavirus Information website.
The University is providing up to a maximum of 14 COVID-19 days that are intended to assist benefits-eligible employees who are unable to work, either on campus or remotely, because of hardships related to the coronavirus.
MyHR is a new and secured section of the HR website accessible only to employees who may log in with their Princeton netID and password through Single Sign On (SSO) and Duo Authentication. In addition to the information available on the public portion, MyHR has additional content for both managers and union and nonunion staff, organized by topic and audience. It includes helpful and important information that is specific to Princeton University. Employees can log in to MyHR from this section or from the main menu at the top of the page.
HR Wants You to Know
Message to the University community from Executive Director of Environmental Health and Safety Robin M. Izzo and Executive Director of University Health Services John Kolligian, Jr.
Carebridge, the University’s Employee Assistance Program provider, has posted the following webinars: COVID-19: Facts You Need to Know, Coping with Uncertainty, and Motivating Through Change for Leaders.
Tanesha Brown is a critical member of the University’s coronavirus preparedness team, working in concert with a broad range of departments and colleagues across campus.
Organized by the John H. Pace, Jr. ’39 Center for Civic Engagement, Month of Service aims to engage the University community in meaningful service.