The Human Resources division is dedicated to maximizing its expertise and knowledge to foster a diverse work environment that values service excellence, stewardship, personal well being, and professional development.
This spring, Loyola University Chicago's Human Resources Division launched a significant upgrade to the University's online talent management application, PeopleAdmin. Through this upgrade, the system changed from version 5.8 to 7.6. The platform change included a number of robust enhancements ranging from a user-friendly interface to self-service reporting. READ MORE
Need wellness points for your HMI account in order to receive an additional $75 (tax deductible) in your paycheck? Consider getting involved in Loyola's "Get Fit" program with Blue Cross Blue Shield IL. As of June 22, 2017, Campus Safety is in 1st place! There is still time - the competition ends July 14, 2017. LEARN MORE
Are you enrolled in our Loyola Advantage BCBSIL PPO medical plan? Do you have a non-emergency medical question or do you need a prescription re-filled? Consider signing-up with industry-leading virtual visits vendor, MDLive, so that you can speak with an independently contracted board-certified doctor, as necessary! LEARN MORE
Do you ride your bike to and from work? Guess what! We are excited to announce Loyola’s participation in the 26th annual city-wide Bike Commuter Challenge (BCC) taking place June 16th thru June 30th. An event kick-off is scheduled for June 16th during BCC’s Bike Week Rally! As the event wraps up, consider networking with fellow bike commuters at the Rock the Rooftop party on June 23rd! LEARN MORE
This spring, Loyola University Chicago's Human Resources Division launched a significant upgrade to the University's online talent management application, PeopleAdmin. If you are a hiring manager, department head, search committee member, or applicant reviewer, this workshop is for you! Space is still available for July training sessions. REGISTER NOW
Perspectives Online is our employee assistance program (EAP) provider for all faculty and staff members and their families. The free program provides information, resources, and tools for various topics—including parenting and child care, health and wellness, and career development and workplace training. LEARN MORE