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HUMAN RESOURCES


Human Resources Mission The University of Miami Human Resources’ mission is to foster a culture of excellence, learning, fairness, and inclusion. We support the University in fulfilling its mission.

University of Miami Human Resources P.O. Box 248106 Coral Gables, FL 33124 Phone: 305-284-4083 Fax: 305-284-3782 miami.edu/hr

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Vision UM Human Resources is a driving force in ensuring the University demonstrates the characteristics of a great place to work. We are a trusted and valued partner supporting the success of the University through strategic alignment with leadership, excellence in the delivery of workforce initiatives, and teamwork.


Inside: Human Resources Operations Coral Gables/RSMAS

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Miller School of Medicine/UHealth Benefits

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Workforce Engagement and Development

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Workplace Equity and Performance Optimization

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Human Resources Information Systems

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Compensation and Recognition

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Human Resources Communications

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NERISSA E. MORRIS Vice President Human Resources

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Human Resources Operations Coral Gables Rosenstiel

HR Operations for the Coral Gables and Rosenstiel School Campuses is your first point of contact for your HR consulting needs. They will evaluate your needs and direct you to the appropriate area. HR Operations is focused on developing and implementing human resources strategies and services that align with the education mission.

Contact us for: • Engagement in school/college/departmental business strategies • Talent management and acquisition • Development and enhancement of employee/supervisor relationships • Workforce planning • Employee relations • Workforce trend and market analyses • Organization development • Subject matter expertise and support

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KAREN STIMMELL

Assistant VP Phone: 305-284-5828 Email: kstimmell@med.miami.edu


ALEXANDRA JORGENSEN

Associate VP Phone: 305-243-6938 Email: jorgensen@med.miami.edu

HR Operations for the Miller School of Medicine and UHealth is your first point of contact for your HR consulting needs. They will evaluate your needs and direct you to the appropriate area. HR Operations is focused on developing and implementing human resources strategies and services that align with the clinical, research, and education missions.

Human Resources Operations Miller School of Medicine/UHealth

Contact us for: • Engagement in school/college/departmental business strategies • Talent management and acquisition • Development and enhancement of employee/supervisor relationships • Workforce planning • Employee relations • Workforce trend and market analyses • Organization development • Subject matter expertise and support

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Benefits

HR-Benefits works with internal and external partners to provide a competitive and comprehensive benefits package to faculty, staff, and their families known as ’Canes Total Rewards. The rewards are strategically designed to effectively attract, retain, and reward a highly qualified, diverse, and motivated workforce to achieve the University’s mission. In addition to the strategic planning, implementation, and ongoing management of the ’Canes Total Rewards package, Benefits is proud to deliver excellent customer service to faculty and staff, as well departments and University leadership. Call us for: • Benefits analyses and communications • Concierge service for key candidates • Well ’Canes wellness programs and events • Benefits customer service

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CRISTINA ELGARRESTA

Assistant VP Phone: 305-284-4356 Email: celgarresta@miami.edu


MARCIA BECKFORD

Assistant VP Phone: 305-243-3090 Email: m.beckford@miami.edu

Workforce Engagement and Development serves as a catalyst in fostering a culture of engagement, inclusion, and accountability while ensuring that UM is considered by our workforce as a great place to work. This area is responsible for developing tools and processes to support University-wide and organization-specific needs and initiatives.

Workforce Engagement and Development

Contact us for: • Professional development and learning opportunities • Leadership and career development • Succession planning • Team development and strategic planning • Executive coaching • New employee onboarding programs • Inclusion training and programs • Employee engagement and survey follow-up

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Workplace Equity and Performance Optimization

Workplace Equity and Performance Optimization is responsible for staff employee relations (i.e., misconduct investigations, issue investigation, ’Cane Watch case management, declining performance, etc.), performance management (i.e., philosophy, process definition and alignment, training, tools, etc.), equal opportunity, Title IX, other workforce compliance areas, and creating a culture of fairness in support of being a great place to work. This function helps to ensure that fairness and equity are a fundamental part of HR policies, procedures, decisions, and outcomes. Contact us for: • Performance management consulting • Employee relations • UM employee policy consultation

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BEVERLY PRUITT

Assistant VP Phone: 305-284-2842 Email: b.pruitt@miami.edu


Human Resources Information Systems

BERTHA ARTETA

Executive Director Phone: 305-284-6164 Email: b.arteta@miami.edu

The Human Resources Information Systems area is responsible for leading the improvement of existing systems and processes, and all interacting Human Resources Systems for the University of Miami. This area is currently leading the implementation of Workday, the University’s new human capital management enterprise resource system. During the Workday project, the reporting structure is shared between Human Resources and Information Technology. Contact us for HR Workday project requirements, implementation plan, testing, training, change impact, and to engage in the project.

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Compensation and Recognition The area of Compensation and Recognition is responsible for the development of compensation programs, policies and processes across the University, including position evaluation and job classification. This area provides subject-matter expertise in complex job classification and wage/ salary decisions, as well as incentive and recognition plan design. The function is also responsible for making recommendations for the annual merit allocation and adjustments to the structure (grades and salary ranges) that are aligned with the relevant labor market. The Payroll function is responsible for providing payroll services to faculty, staff, students, and administrators. Contact us for: • Compensation analysis and consulting • Annual merit and budget planning guidance • Incentive and recognition plan design • Payroll, timekeeping, and W-2 related questions

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VIOLET BLOOM

Assistant VP Phone: 305-284-6352 Email: v.bloom@miami.edu


Human Resources Communications

CHARISSE LOPEZ-MASON

Director Phone: 305-284-2793 Email: charisse@miami.edu

The area of HR Communications works to ensure that our internal and external customers view UM as a great place to work. HR Communications’ areas of focus include talent management and development of the HR team, implementation of a comprehensive HR strategy, and development and execution of University-wide communication strategies to brand the effort and services of UM HR. Contact us for: • University-wide faculty and staff communications and listservs • Workforce data and reporting (temporarily with HR Communications pending Workday Launch)

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P.O. Box 248106, Coral Gables, FL 33124 • 305-284-4083 • miami.edu/hr


UM HR Leadership Team