Who Does What in HR?

The staff in Human Resources is here to help you with a variety of issues.  But who's responsible for what?  Here's a guide:

Colleen Manley, Director of Human Resources for Employee & Labor Relations

  • Labor relations, including bargaining agreement adherence and interpretation; grievances
  • Hiring and recruitment process
  • Employee relations matters, including policies, employment law, employee records, evaluations, corrective actions and separation
  • H1B and Permanent Residency processes

Debra Mousaw, Director of Human Resources for Employee Benefits

  • Oversight of employee benefits programs, including health insurance, dental insurance, life insurance, short- and long-term disability, flexible spending accounts and the University retirement plan
  • Management of the University's tuition benefits program, including the tuition exchange program
  • Health and Wellness Coordinator

Katlin Herron, Benefits Specialist

  • Contact person for anything related to employee benefits, including changing retirement and health savings contributions; online benefit enrollment assistance; and payroll questions concerning benefit deductions

Jane Gravlin, Main Reception, Non-Exempt Hiring & Office Coordinator

  • Process hiring for all temporary and non-exempt employees
  • Payroll paperwork support for new hires
  • General support for Human Resources, including assistance with PeopleAdmin applicant tracking system

Karen Butler, Hiring and Recruitment Specialist

  • Coordination of the exempt faculty and administrative position search process and recruitment efforts, including advertising, background checks and records maintenance
  • Processing of interview and relocation reimbursements
  • Preparation of offer and appointment letters
  • Processing of tuition and eye-care reimbursements

Danielle Pask, Employee Records and Payroll

  • Processing bi-weekly and semi-monthly payroll changes, including hourly staff, administrative staff and faculty
  • Verification of documents pertaining to new hires, salary changes and terminations
  • Maintenance of employment records
  • Notification of new hires to key departments
  • Updating employee benefit banks for non-exempt/hourly employees, plus longevity and well-day payments