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Human Resources for Staff

HR-related resources and information for staff.

Healthy Work Environment

The health and well-being of the University of Michigan and Taubman College faculty and staff are a top priority. From...


At Taubman College, we encourage staff to participate in the life and culture of the college and university. There are...

Phonetic Name Initiative

What is the Phonetic Name Initiative? Have you had to correct how people pronounce your name? Have you ever wondered...


A pronoun is a word that refers to either the people talking (like I or you) or someone or something...

Rights and Responsibilities

Who Do I Contact for Help? Because of the complex nature of the university’s work in a wide range of...

Professional Development

Taubman College is invested in its people. We want to see staff learn, grow, and work towards achieving their full...

General Resources for Staff

Time Approval Staff Opportunities to Observe Student Work If you are interested in checking out student work, review this document...

Staff Organization Chart

This document contains Taubman College’s organizational chart. To see the individuals who are connected to these roles, please visit the staff directory.

Onboarding Buddy System

The Buddy System is a vital part of Taubman College’s onboarding program. The HR staff selects a current employee (usually...

Time Code Cheat Sheet

A list of the most commonly used time codes for regular staff members.

Taubman College Slack Information

An overview of Slack channels for Taubman College staff.

Hiring Temporary Employees

We are partnering with the university’s Shared Services Center (SSC) to improve the hiring process for temporary support. Below is...

Taubman Tools for Faculty, Staff, and Current Students

The Taubman College Intranet is an evolving repository of information co-created by us all for faculty, staff, and current students. It is a single starting point to access internal resources and complements other college and university resources.

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