The Office of Human Resources (OHR) offers current employees, prospective employees and retirees quality human resource services.
A task force of employees from across the university has been appointed to review the current Telework Policy. More information may be found in the Telework Policy Task Force 2021 (PDF).
HR partners provide departments with a single point of contact for HR needs. Partners offer guidance and support on policy administration and interpretation, job performance concerns, individual issues about pay and benefits, retention analysis and more. Their depth of experience makes them useful and consistent experts on a range of HR matters. Learn more about how the strategic insights they provide, and how to contact your HR Partner.
The Supervisor Toolkit is a set of information, materials, checklists, templates and tips that support supervisors in managing their direct reports.
At Towson University we know that rewards matter when choosing an employer. The Total Rewards unit manages programs to provide competitive pay and an industry-leading benefits package to help you maintain your health, attain financial security now and in retirement, and achieve the right work/life balance. The unit also manages TU’s recognition and rewards programs.
The Talent Management unit integrates the HR functions of talent planning, acquisition, onboarding, performance, learning and succession planning into an interconnected whole. It provides the structure and tools necessary to recruit, hire, develop and retain Towson University’s highly qualified and diverse workforce.
Within the talent management continuum, HR and the manager work together to guide the employee experience, through every phase of employment — from hire to retirement or transition. The manager delivers guidance through frequent feedback, professional and career development and engagement activities, all of which are aligned with the organization’s short- and long-term goals.
The HR Policy and Faculty/Staff Relations unit advises on and interprets university policies, procedures, regulations, labor contracts and state and federal laws for managers and individual faculty/staff members.
The team also promotes effective communications between managers and faculty and staff members. They offer formal and informal consultation on conflict resolution, and guide supervisors, managers and administrators in addressing workplace issues to facilitate positive and productive working relationships.
The primary functions are:
The major objective of HRIS is to increase HR's capacity to leverage and assimilate new and emerging technologies; streamline workflows; maximize the accuracy, reliability, and validity of workforce data; and deploy and collect necessary data and information. HRIS strives to ensure the integrity and relevance of HR information, and works to implement paperless processes. Whether it’s a data extract or report, we aim to deliver excellent customer support and provide quality informational services in a timely fashion.
Email HRIS for HR data or system requests.
Towson University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and has a strong institutional commitment to diversity. Women, minorities, persons with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply.
Learn more about Towson University's commitment to diversity.
You can find both Maryland Labor Law Posters (PDF) and Federal Labor Law Posters (PDF) posted throughout the campus in: the Administration Building, Enrollment Services, the Child Care Center, Cook Library, the University Union, 7400 York Road, and the Institute for Well-Being. Posters are also located at TU in Northeastern Maryland.