Human Resources

Human Resources

Human Resources

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Employees are being asked to, where possible, stay at home until further notice and if possible, employees are expected to work remotely. The only exception is for essential functions that require a physical presence on campus.

Employees who are required to be on campus to do their job do not need a letter or permission from their supervisor to attend at work. In the very unlikely event that you are asked for such documents, employees should advise that they work in an essential function at Queen’s University and are required to be on campus to do their job, and, if asked, provide the name and phone number of their supervisor.

Information for Staff and Faculty

Find up-to-date information from Queen’s Human Resources regarding COVID-19 and resources for staff and faculty.

Campus Information and Updates

Our university community is working hard to meet the challenges posed by coronavirus COVID-19.

Associate Vice-Principal (HR) Communications

Read the most recent updates from Steven Millan, Associate Vice-Principal (Human Resources).

Learning and Development

Employees can enroll in academic courses and attend training that will enhance their personal growth or ability to perform their duties.

Job Opportunities

Queen's offers a wide variety of job opportunities in many different fields. Visit our Careers page to find the right opportunity for you!

MyQueensU Portal

Access University services and applications such as MyHR and PeopleSoft HR via the MyQueensU Portal.