- Mar 16, 2023Benefits
March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. Colon cancer is preventable and treatable, especially when caught early. The American Cancer Society recommends everyone be screened for colon cancer at age 45, even if you are healthy and not at risk for developing the disease. Speak with your doctor about scheduling a screening.
- Feb 23, 2023
The Office of Human Resources is here to help our employees cope with the earthquakes that struck and claimed thousands of lives in Syria and Turkey.
- Feb 17, 2023Benefits
February is American Heart Month, a time to raise awareness about heart disease and stroke prevention. Did you know high blood pressure is a leading risk factor for heart disease and stroke? That’s why it’s so important to monitor your blood pressure regularly, in addition to eating healthy, exercising, and reducing stress.
- Feb 03, 2023University News
Treby Williams, Class of 1984, who has worked at Princeton since 2005, will conclude her service as executive vice president on June 30. Williams will serve as senior adviser to the University president for one year before retiring from Princeton.
- Jan 31, 2023University NewsPrinceton's Trustees Approve Supplemental 2.5% Midyear Salary Increase for Most Faculty, Academic Professionals, & Staff
Princeton University’s Board of Trustees has approved a 2.5% midyear base salary increase for most benefits-eligible staff, faculty, and academic professionals. The increase is effective Feb. 1.
- Jan 12, 2023Rewards & Recognition
On January 12, Vice President for Human Resources Romy Riddick emailed all staff about the nomination process for the 2023 Donald Griffin ’23 Management Award.
- Jan 11, 2023
As required by law, employees working in the United States are required to complete the I-9 process at the time of hire, rehire, or when their work authorization documents expire. New employees are required to complete the I-9 within three days of their start date.
- Jan 10, 2023
With HR's newly launched second Learn Something Series, learners are provided curated content on specific relevant topics to learn at their own pace, as their busy work and life schedules allow.
- Jan 10, 2023Benefits
Make your health a priority in 2023. Annual physicals are very important because they help identify and treat health conditions before they get worse. If you are overdue for an annual physical, and you are having trouble getting an appointment, take advantage of this convenient program.
- Jan 09, 2023Benefits
Happy New Year! Make yourself a priority — add health and wellness goals to your new year’s resolution list. Get started by creating new healthy habits, setting limits, and practicing self-care.
- Dec 14, 2022University NewsDiversity, Equity & Inclusion Report Highlights Many Ways Princeton Is Working toward Enriching Teaching, Research & Community
The University has released its second annual diversity, equity and inclusion report, which highlights how Princeton is working to be even more diverse, inclusive and accessible in ways that enrich the quality of teaching and research and improve campus climate.
- Dec 13, 2022Employee Stories
Get to know Benefits and Compensation Associate Helen Lie Gregorio.
- Dec 09, 2022Benefits
The holidays can be stressful for many due to financial worries, family obligations, missing a loved one, and lack of time. If you are feeling overwhelmed, isolated, or depressed, you are not alone. HR’s Mental Wellness Resources can help you manage your emotions and find joy during the holiday season and into the new year!
- Dec 06, 2022Announcements
The PeopleSoft Campus Solutions (CS) and Human Capital Management (HCM) system, which includes Campus Community, Student Records, Advising, TigerHub, Tiger Family Hub, HR Self Service, Benefits, Payroll, and Absence Management, wi
- Dec 01, 2022Announcements
The deadline for submissions to the 2022-2023 Staff Essay Contest is March 1, 2023.
- Nov 15, 2022Employee Stories
Learn how Education and Outreach Assistant Katie Zondlo combines her love of history and working with children as a volunteer docent at Drumthwacket, the official residence of the governor of New Jersey.
- Nov 09, 2022Benefits
November is National Diabetes Awareness Month. Diabetes is a serious disease but it can be managed through incorporating healthy lifestyle habits into your daily routine and taking doctor prescribed medications.
- Nov 09, 2022Benefits
Make time to take care of yourself! Annual physicals are very important because they help identify and treat health conditions before they get worse. If you are overdue for a routine visit or you are having trouble getting in to see your primary care physician, take advantage of this convenient program.
- Oct 31, 2022Benefits, Open Enrollment
We encourage you to attend the in-person Benefits Fair to get the information you need to make decisions for 2023.
- Oct 28, 2022Employee Stories, University NewsUniversity Dedicates Laura Wooten Hall in Honor of Beloved Election Poll Worker’s Lifelong Commitment to Service
Laura Wooten Hall was officially dedicated on Princeton’s campus Oct. 26 during a joyful ceremony that brought together state, county and local officials with Wooten’s proud family, friends, faculty, staff and students.