Office of Human Resource Management
Duquesne University’s Office of Human Resource Management is committed to providing excellent service to its internal and external customers.
We pursue our mission by providing ideas, programs, services, and information that meet or exceed the needs of our customers in the areas of recruiting, employment, employee benefits, training and development, student employment, wellness, employee and labor relations, compliance with University policies and guidelines, as well as legal compliance with local, state, and federal guidelines. Read a message from our Director.
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The Administrative Policies (TAPS) that govern our University can be found under About DU > Administration > Policies >TAPs.
News and Announcements
- Employee Performance Reviews Due by March 1, 2013
- Current Employees can read the Employee Information and Policy Guide in DORI.
EAP Adds Financial and Legal Assistance
The Office of Human Resource Management is pleased to announce the addition of legal and financial services for all eligible full-time employees. This new benefit is an added value through our Employee Assistance Program (EAP). This new service will help you manage the complexities of your unique legal and financial situations.
To access your EAP, call 1-800-EAP-7272 or find us online at http://www.lytleeap.com.
- Login using the password 'duquesne'.
- Review the resources available to you.
Little Giant FCU Moves to Room 109 Libermann Hall
The campus location for the Little Giant Federal Credit Union has changed to Room 109 Libermann Hall. Campus hours are Tuesday and Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Campus telephone is 412-391-1340. The credit union can also be reached at their McKees Rocks office at 412-771-6400 or via their Web site at www.littlegiantfcu.org
City of Pittsburgh Changes EMST Tax to Local Services Tax (LST)
The City of Pittsurgh announced a change to the Emergency and Municipal Services Tax. Under Pennsylvania Act 7, the tax will be changed to the Local Services Tax.