The Office of Human Resources
The Office of Human Resources is operational in a remote status. Remote service options include virtual meetings through Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Google Meet, or GoToMeeting, telephone and email. HR is providing on-campus assistance by scheduled appointment only, to conduct business that cannot be performed remotely, e.g. I-9 employment identity verification, etc. Contact the front desk or the applicable HR representative if an in person meeting is required.
All regular full time and part time hired prior to May 1, 2020 are required to participate in the Performance Evaluation process.
Become a Pioneer! Work at TWU
- Our Benefits package is a valuable part of your employment.
- You’ll work in an inclusive environment that fosters diversity and encourages respect for all.
- We value wellness and fitness and provide employee programs for both.
- Our campuses are beautiful and located in Denton, Dallas, and Houston.
Join us at any point in your career and finish here at Texas Woman’s University.
Workplace Stress Management Friday, October 30, 2020 10:00am
Stress certainly appears to be an inescapable element in modern life. This training challenges you to identify what stresses you out, the symptoms it may be causing, and the best methods to overcome it. The following topics will be discussed within this course:
- Evaluating how we experience stress
- Examining where our stress stems
- Unhealthy ways we cope
- Helpful Stress Management Strategies
Finding Balance Friday, November 13, 2020 10:00am
Too many of us go to work and return home day after day, spreading ourselves more and more thinly over our personal and professional lives. This training takes a close look at how pressures and expectations from each sphere can become unbalanced, eating up our time and exhausting our determination. Learn how to get out of survival mode and into a steadier, more purposeful pace. The following topics will be discussed in this course:
- What makes balance seem impossible
- What work-life masters do differently
- Critically assessing your balance and satisfaction level
Personal and Professional Resilience Friday, December 4, 2020 10:00am
This training focuses on the flexible strength of resilient people, and the ways we can develop those qualities within ourselves. Evaluate your approach to the events and challenges that confront you, and learn what you can do to better insulate yourself from stressors. The following topics will be discussed in this course:
- Defining resilience
- Identifying “untruths” that we believe
- How to dispute these beliefs
Registration links for each classes are provided on the Pioneer Wellbeing page. Space is limited to 100 participants.
The Office of Human Resources will be closed but HR staff will be working remotely, December 21st-23rd, 2020. TWU will close for the holidays December 24th-January 1st, 2021.
For service requests please contact the appropriate individuals below:
Sanrda Lewis, Assistant to the Sr. Assoc. VP
|Accounting & Reporting||
Sharon Cowan, Manager, HR Accounting
Nature Miller, Sr. HR Generalist
|Benefits & Wellbeing||
Angela Cagle, Manager of Benefits & Wellbeing
Holly Harris, Sr. HR Gereralist
Lisa Taylor, Sr. HR Generalist
Teri Hasten, Manager of Compensation
Amber Geldersma, Sr. HR Generalist
|Employee Development & Communications||
Melissa Ozuna Dillon, Manager
|Employee Relations & HR Compliance & Equity||
Cyndee Tanttari, Sr. HR Generalist
Bob Marby, Sr. HR Generalist
Amanda Nodoay, Manager of Payroll
Jane Sewald, Sr. HR Generalist
Carla Fortenberry, Sr. HR Generalist
Myrna Flores, Manager of Recruitment
Rhonda Redfearn, Sr. HR Generalist
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