This section is designed to help managers fulfill some of the administrative requirements associated with the new hire process and/or promotions and transfers of current administrative employees.
The following processes require advance discussion and/or administrative approval:
- Gaining access to People at Columbia (PAC) or Jobs at Columbia (JAC)
- Creating any new position at the level of officer or support staff, temporary positions and casuals
- Upgrading an existing position
- Obtaining salary approvals and guidelines
- Additional compensation requests
- Replacing positions
- Eliminating positions
- Restructuring staff
- Initiating progressive discipline
- Flexible working arrangements
Please contact Tanique Dunkley at firstname.lastname@example.org or (646) 745-8582, Davima Broadbelt at email@example.com or 646-745-8581, or Roje Thomas at firstname.lastname@example.org or (646) 745-8614, or Michael Jorge at email@example.com or (646) 745-8576.
Human Resources Manual:
- A&S Human Resources Manual for Administrative Hires (PDF)
- Labor Accounting Form (PAC) Salary Distribution & Additional Compensation (for use only when PAC cannot be used to process transaction)
- Time Entry Form (for use only when PAC cannot be used to process transaction)
- Overpayment Recovery Form (via Service Now)
- Stop Payment Form (via Service Now)
Performance Management Forms:
Human Resources' Tools and Links
Arts & Sciences’ (A&S) entities are encouraged to use A&S-specifc forms for human resources related topics. Here are resources created and curated by the EVP-HR team for use in A&S:
For additional information on the above topics, or customizing forms, please contact Tanique Dunkley at firstname.lastname@example.org or (646) 745-8582, or Davima Broadbelt at email@example.com or (646) 745-8581, or Roje Thomas at firstname.lastname@example.org or (646) 745-8614, or Michael Jorge at email@example.com or (646) 745-8576
Addressing Employee Concerns
The Ombuds Office offers a safe place for any member of the Columbia community to discuss workplace issues, interpersonal conflict, academic concerns, bureaucratic runarounds, and many other problems. Discussions are kept confidential, and the office is not a part of any formal University process. No sides are taken in disputes and the office operates independently of the Columbia administration, reporting only to the president.
University policies are listed on the Human Resources website.