Human Resources Development
The office of Human Resources Development (HRD) is committed to attracting, encouraging, developing, and retaining a highly qualified workforce which supports the University of Hartford's mission of excellence. We share the University's dedication to building a culture that respects all of its members, celebrates their diversity, and contributions as well as values integrity, creativity, and accomplishment.
HRD strives to establish, cultivate, and maintain engaged partnerships with our faculty and staff. In an effort to continue to provide top-quality customer service, employees collaborate with a personal point of contact through a designated HR team who can assist with any human resource issue.
If you are looking to join our close-knit community and to become part of a dynamic place to work, live, and learn, read about the Employee Benefits and Policies of working here.
To view the University of Hartford Employment Manual, which includes a complete list of employee benefits and procedures, log into your Self-Service account and select the "employee" tab.
Remote Work Policy, Application, and Guidelines
University business operations continued in a remote environment during the pandemic and University leadership recognizes that remote work provides flexibility for employees. As this benefit has been identified as an attractive option many employees wish to continue, we are excited to provide our community with a Remote Work Policy.
The guide has been designed to provide general expectations and toolkits for our employees. The application form is included in this guide and the form will also be made available on the HRD web page.
If you are looking to join our close-knit community and to become part of a dynamic place to work, live, and learn, read about the benefits of working.
We are committed to attracting, developing, and retaining a highly qualified workforce to support our mission of engaging students in acquiring the knowledge, skills, and values necessary to thrive in and contribute to a pluralistic, complex world.