The Division of Human Resources

Mission

The Division of Human Resources at NC A&T is committed to serving as a strategic partner by providing comprehensive Service, Excellence, Engagement and Knowledge to the University community.  It is our desire to support a culture of uncompromising expectation that will enable the University to attract, retain and develop faculty and staff of the future.  This will empower us to understand clearer and more effectively deal with the significant social, economic and global challenges that are necessary to achieve the bold vision of the University. 

Core Values

The values of Human Resources are built on a foundation for the university community to SEEK Human Resources as the expert in human capital management, for this reason we value:

Service - DHR understands and values the importance of providing fast, personalized services that are accurate and consistent for those whom we serve; 

Excellence - DHR strives for excellence in all we do, recognizing that anything less diminishes the quality of service provided to our faculty, administrators, staff and students; 

Engagement & Culture – DHR is reminded that engagement reflects the core of the culture and heightens through transparency, empowerment and equitable and fair practices.  DHR strives to provide services and opportunities for all

Knowledge – DHR is dedicated to being experts in the field of Human Resources, serving as a consultant and guide to policies and best practices.

 

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