Current Employees

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Human Resources provides helpful links and employee information that you’ll need to manage your university career.

Our HR Operations Analysts are your first point of contact. If you have any questions, please search for your department below and contact the analyst assigned to your department.

STRS Employee Retirement Contribution Rate Increase - July 1, 2014

 


 

Prospective Employees

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Our Human Resources department is dedicated to delivering a highly competitive employee benefit program, market driven compensation and reward systems, and timely training and organizational development opportunities.

Use these quick links to find information relevant to you:

Managers

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Managers focus not just on efficiency, but also on organizing, leading, and nurturing those they are responsible for. Wright State University and its Department of Human Resources provide an environment that allows managers to develop talent, inspire results, and promote efficiency. The “Manager’s Toolkit” is one example.

Former Employees

photo of retirees, faculty, and staff at picnicWright State University appreciates the time and commitment you made to be part of the university. As a former employee, you may find yourself needing some important information. 

Use these quick links to find information relevant to you:

HR Announcements

University News

In memoriam: Karen Hayes

Karen Hayes had served as a lecturer in the Department of English Language and Literatures at Wright State.
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Difference maker

James Dobbins, a charter faculty member of Wright State’s School of Professional Psychology, will retire this summer after 35 years at the university.
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Rethinking classrooms

Excerpt It’s hard to walk through Wright State’s campus these days. Half of campus seems like a construction zone. In fact, several major building projects are underway, including a $23 million redo of its Creative Arts Center, a new $14 …
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