Working at Queen's

As a new employee, you're encouraged to take time in your first few weeks to review the following resources. We look forward to working with you and are here to support you as you begin your journey at Queen's.

Getting Started

When you first arrive at Queen's, visit Human Resources (HR) to obtain your employee card

HR is located in Fleming Hall, Stewart Pollock Wing. The entrance to the HR department is underneath the blue/yellow overpass that links the Stewart Pollock and Jemmet Wing.

Activate your NetID

Upon receiving your Employee Number, you will want to activate your NetlD to gain access to employee tools and resources. All Queen's University accounts require Mutli-Factor Authentication.

Active your NetID



MyHR provides employees the ability to review and update their personal data.  As a new employee please login and provide the following information:

  • Emergency contact information
  • Verify your address and phone number

Login to MyHR

HR Intranet

This internal site provides an overview of employee services, and the Human Resources contacts should you have questions.

Login to HR Intranet

Flexible Work Arrangements

Queen's supports flexible work arrangements where operationally feasible, such as remote work options or flexible hours, to accommodate different employee needs and circumstances. We recognize the benefits that these arrangements can have for both staff and the university. If a flexible work arrangement is of interest, please ask the hiring manager about possibilities during the interview process.

Cultivating a Culture of Inclusivity

Inclusivity is at the heart of Queen's University values. We believe that wellness should be accessible to everyone, regardless of their background, identity, or abilities.

Our commitment to diversity and inclusion

The Accessibility Hub is a central online resource for accessibility at Queen’s University. It serves to elevate inclusion and improve access for everyone on our campus. The Accessibility Hub not only provides support and feedback concerning accessibility initiatives, it also serves as an online community for those seeking information on disability and accessibility issues on campus, and assists the university in meeting its obligations under the AODA.

Learn more about Queen's Accessibility Initiatives.

Accessibility Hub

An emergency response plan addresses barriers that could impede safety for staff and faculty who identify a disability requiring accommodation. Human Resources and Environmental Health and Safety will work with staff or faculty members to create individual plans.

Emergency Response Plans

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. ERGs contribute to community building within organizations and provide an avenue for all employees to learn more about diverse groups.

Employee Resource Groups

Faith and Spiritual Life offers multi-faith, non-judgmental support for religious, spiritual, personal, and financial problems, concerns, or crises. As part of Student Affairs, Faith and Spiritual Life strives to facilitate a welcoming, peaceful, and safe space. Chaplains can also provide support, ceremonial services, interfaith community development and spiritual support to students, faculty, and staff.

Faith and Spiritual Life

The Human Rights and Equity Office provides education in the areas of human rights, equity, accessibility and sexual violence prevention and response. Our educational programs build community awareness, increase knowledge, and address systemic barriers to inclusion.

Human Rights and Equity Services Training

I-EDIAA at Queen’s

The Positive Space program offers visibility and support to 2SLGBTQI+ communities. 

Positive Space Program

The Yellow House Student Centre for Equity and Inclusion ("the Yellow House") is a centralised space that provides programming, advisory services, resources, and acts as a hub for all things equity.

We are committed to creating a comfortable and accountable space for students who identify as Queer, Trans, Black, Indigenous, and as Persons of Colour (QTBIPoC) to feel safe, to create community, to be empowered, to celebrate their identity, and to flourish. We seek to engage students in initiatives that actively dismantle oppressive, racist, and colonial ideologies and practices. 

Yellow House Resource Library