Human Resources provides Bentley faculty and staff with services and solutions in recruitment, employment, compensation, benefits, employee relations, policy development and interpretation, learning and development, labor relations, strategic organizational restructuring, change management and human resources information systems. Our work in these areas aligns with the University's mission and goals, helping Bentley make sound and strategic decisions about human resources while ensuring that all employees are treated with dignity and respect.
Employee Benefits Expo at La Cava EDR
BJ's Wholesale Club Membership sign-up
FIDELITY One-on-One Counseling at La Cava Conference Room, 196I, First Floor
MetLife Auto & Home One-on-One Counseling at La Cava 196G
TIAA-CREF One-on-One Counseling at La Cava Conference Room, 196I, First Floor
New Faculty and Staff join Bentley University!
As the summer winds down and the mornings grow cooler, the new academic year is just around the corner. The fall brings a wave of new employees at Bentley. Many new full and part-time faculty join our university, ready to tackle Bentley’s mission to educate future business leaders. September also brings new staff to help support this mission. Please click here for a list of faculty and staff in September 2014.
KGA: Employee Assistance and Work-life Program
Take advantage of this free and confidential information, consultation, referral and well-being program for you and your adult household members. Check out the latest Wellness Note and Webinar Alerts newsletter, visit the KGA website or call 800.648.9557.
Free health care help and solutions for you and your entire family are here. Check out the latest HealthAdvocate member newsletter. Remember, help is just a phone call away at 866.695.8622.
L & D Fall Announcement
Prepared to Lead at Bentley Program is Launched!
Human Resources launched a new program this fall, Prepared To Lead at Bentley. This program is a five-session cohort-based management development series focusing on building advanced management skills. The program will move beyond the “nuts and bolts” of managing the employee lifecycle and develop skills managers need to grow into institutional leaders. This program builds on the Core Skills for Bentley Managers course, delivered last year. Facilitators for the Prepared to Lead program are our training partners from Breakthrough Collaboration, Inc., Hamish Blackman and Adam Sutton. Both facilitators have extensive experience working and coaching at Bentley and have delivered similar programs at other area universities.