In supporting Queen's as the university for the future, the Department of Human Resources (HR) is committed to empowering people to achieve their best. We strive to create an inclusive environment where everyone belongs and has the opportunity to excel. Explore the site to learn more.

Our Strategic Plan

Human Resources is proud to present our 2022-2025 Strategic Plan: Empowering our People. This plan represents our commitment to the Queen’s community - our people - who are at the center of everything we do. 

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Human Resources Intranet

The newly launched Human Resources Intranet is your central hub of online employment-related information and resources. 

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Employee Resource Groups

Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) help create an inclusive workplace by giving equity-deserving groups a formal structure within an organization to support their unique needs.

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Our Commitment to Employment Equity

The University acknowledges its responsibility to maintain an employment equity program, including processes, plans and procedures, that address the historic under-representation in the employment of women, members of visible minorities and racialized groups, Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, 2SLGBTQ+ persons and other such groups designated by legislation or otherwise. 


Queen's Gazette

Stay informed and connected. 

May 31, 2023

Take part in the Commuter Challenge June 4-10

The Queen's community is encouraged to log their commutes throughout the week to help measure the collective impact of sustainable transportation.

May 30, 2023

Dalitso Ruwe joins global research organization

Assistant professor of Black Political Thought in the Department of Philosophy and the Black Studies Program has been named a Canadian Institute for Advanced Research Azrieli Global Scholar. 

May 30, 2023

Queen’s researchers display exceptionality in storytelling

Two Queen’s PhD students among five winners of the 2023 SSHRC Storytellers Challenge.

Land Acknowledgement 

Let us acknowledge that Queen's is situated on traditional Anishinaabe and Haudenosaunee territory. We are grateful to be able to live, learn, play, and work on these lands and waterways.