Human Resources > Employee Relations
The Employee Relations & Equal Employment Opportunity (ER&EEO) team takes a neutral leadership role in serving both employees and managers while addressing workplace issues and concerns. Our objective is to support DePaul's managers and employees through guidance and consistent interpretation of university policies. Our work is rooted in
DePaul’s employee philosophy, and we are committed to creating a fair and respectful work environment that supports and helps employees do their best work.
DePaul is committed to providing an environment that is free from all forms of discrimination.
The ER&EEO team conducts an interactive, confidential, and individualized process for employees seeking an accommodation.
Certain work- and benefits-related actions must take place in a timely manner when an employee will be leaving the university.
Faculty, staff and student employees can access resources, services and guidance on specific workplace and work relationship issues. The areas listed below work collaboratively to address issues that often cross multiple constituents and university policies.
Policies referenced can be found at the
University Policies and Procedures website.
Addresses work-related, regulatory, job performance, behavioral issues and discrimination and harassment.
Policies and Procedures:
- American with Disabilities (ADA)
- Anti-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment Policy
- Employee Workplace Issues
- Progressive Discipline
- Threats and Violence in the Workplace
- Non-Retaliation Policy
, Director, ER&EEO: (312) 362-8577 or
, ER&EEO Investigator
: (312) 362-7367 or
, ER&EEO Specialist
: (312) 362-8187
For general inquiries, contact (312) 362-7182 or email@example.com.
Ensures that every member of the DePaul University community has the right to safety from the threat of sexual and relationship violence.
- Sexual & Relationship Violence Prevention and Response
Contact: (773) 325-7290 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Ensures that the university’s policies and procedures, and local, state and federal laws are followed.
- Reporting Misconduct
- Management Standards Handbook and the Code of Conduct
Contact: (312) 362-6880 or compliance.depaul.edu
Reporting Misconduct anonymous hotline: (877) 236-8390
Provides a confidential, neutral and independent resource for all of DePaul’s faculty and staff. Also serves as an alternative informal, safe place for exmployees to discuss issues.
Craig Mousin, Ombudsperson: (312) 362-8707 or email@example.com
The Career Center provides students, alumni and employers with opportunities to connect with each other. Student Employment provides services to students seeking university employment.
Loop Office: (312) 362-8437
LPC Office: (773) 325-7431
A direct line of support and service for students as well as offering liaison services and connections to university departments, staff and faculty.
Student Support Services