About Fordham HR
The Office of Human Resource Management is located at the Rose Hill Campus on the 5th Floor of Faculty Memorial Hall, in Room 506.
The General HR Phone Number is 718-817-4930
The HR Main Office Fax Number is 718-817-4929
The HRIS Office Fax Number is 718-817-0779
General inquiries can be sent to the department email addresses.
The Vice President of the Office of Human Resource Management is
The Fordham University Benefits Office is dedicated to assisting all employees in accessing, understanding, and ultimately maximizing the value of the University's benefits programs.
Employee and Labor Relations
The purpose of Employee and Labor Relations is to provide support to University administrators, managers and supervisors in the areas of contract administration, grievances, discipline,and performance management. Employee and Labor Relations also works closely with local bargaining unit representatives to advance a harmonious and respectful working relationship. Our goal is to provide consistent, professional and timely services to all Fordham University employees. Services provided by Employee and Labor Relations staff include:
- Providing counsel and advice regarding performance management and discipline
- Negotiating bargaining unit agreements
- Interpreting and ensuring compliance with the provisions of the collective bargaining agreements
- Processing grievances and providing arbitration support
- Reviewing and approving all disciplinary actions including written warnings, suspensions and terminations
- Developing and maintaining positive working relationships between all campus groups
The basic purpose of an Employee Relations area within The Human Resources Department is to maintain solid working relationships between the employer and employees.
Staffing and Executive Recruitment
Fordham University is a diverse, multi-cultural community that includes more than 5,000 faculty, administrators, and staff from all over the world.
The staffing area at Fordham University is committed to recruiting, selecting and retaining a highly-qualified work force. To this end, Staffing and Executive Recruitment utilizes best practices in its day-to-day recruitment, as well as in the executive search process.
Human Resources Information Systems
The Office of Human Resources Information Systems (HRIS) is responsible for the administration of the Banner Human Resources Enterprise Content Management System. HRIS manages all employee information, including but not limited to biographical/demographic information, employment dates, employee compensation, position management, and benefits administration as it relates to Payroll.
HRIS aids in the University’s strategic planning initiatives by providing employee reporting and data analytics to management and external agencies.
HRIS establishes system rules to better manage employee data to help ensure continued business compliance through evaluation of security procedures, automating compliance measures and integration into the system.