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Human Resources News


Nominations are now being accepted for the President's Award for Exemplary Service.

Stephen Dodge

There is a new edition of Stephen Dodge's quarterly message to the university community.

Human Resources has made changes to job posting and HR forms information on its website.

Please join us on March 11 from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. for the annual Wellness Fair.

The Department of Human Resources wishes to advise employees and retirees that electronic T4s and T4As are now available.  

The Department of Human Resources will be experiencing a temporary relocation of front line client service employees.

Stephen Dodge

First quarterly message from HR director.


MUNdays, Memorial’s annual spirit week, will be celebrated this year from October 23-28.

The Department of Human Resources would like to advise employees that they should receive their 2013 annual statement for the Memorial University pension plan over the next few days. 

Mary J. Clarke 1957-2013

Second annual wellness walk to take place October 2.

Again this year, Memorial will be offering employees and retirees the opportunity to participate in the Canada Savings Bond Payroll Savings Program. 

Memorial's annual faculty, staff and retiree BBQ.

Due to the weather forecast for Wednesday, August 20, Memorial’s annual faculty, staff and retiree BBQ will now be held in R. Gushue Hall from 2:30 to 5:00 p.m. 

Annual Memorial employee and retiree BBQ

Join us in celebrating this fabulous summer!


Collective agreement signing

Memorial is pleased to sign the NAPE 7804/1809 custodial collective agreement.

Members of Memorial's Tely 10 team.

Largest Memorial team ever to participate in annual Tely 10 road race.

Important reminder about Emergency Medical Travel Insurance.

Wondering how retirement savings turn into income?

Members of Memorial's 2013 Tely 10 team  enjoy the run.

Registration has begun for Memorial's Tely 10 team.

Gwen Hanson

Memorial University is losing a bright light and one of its most student-centred employees with the retirement of Gwen Hanson.

Memorial University President Dr. Gary Kachanoski (centre) was joined by negotiators from Memorial University and NAPE to sign new collective agreements for NAPE locals 7803/1804 and 7801.

Memorial University is pleased to announce successful negotiations with the Newfoundland and Labrador Association of Public and Private Employees (NAPE) resulted in the signing of two collective agreements on May 22, 2014.

From left are PRP participants Joy Carew and Joanne Samson. 

Chris Hammond photo

Preferred Rate Program reaches milestone