Managers play a critically important role at the University of Richmond, as they are expected to uphold and share information on University policies, hire great people, manage employee performance, develop employees, and build successful teams. 

The EAP provides on-demand webinars specifically for manager well-being and improving managerial skills.

Hiring Toolkit

The University of Richmond is committed to hiring talented people who will thrive and contribute to our campus community. Managers play a critical role in this process. Whether you’re hiring a faculty or staff member, need a temporary floater, or are seeking consultation on interviewing, selection, or onboarding a new employee, the information you need to get started is here.

Manage Performance

The University of Richmond supports the personal and professional growth of every employee. Managers play the most important role in establishing expectations, talking about performance, and developing and coaching their employees. Use UR Engaged check-ins as a framework for perfomrance management.

Manage Employee Leave and Schedules

Supervisors are responsible for managing and approving employee leave. It is critical for supervisors to monitor leave regularly so that employees accrue time appropriately and so that the University is in compliance with federal and state regulations.

Manage Workplace Health & Safety

The University is committed to providing a safe workplace that is conducive to employee successful performance. Supervisors are responsible for making sure employees are safe and can work in an environment that allows them to perform at their best.

Pay Employees

The University of Richmond’s compensation program consists of a salary and career structure. The salary structure enables the university to manage compensation competitively against the market through market-based salary grade ranges that provide enough width to account for variation in individual experience and performance. Supervisors are responsible for knowing our compensation structure, policies, and how to apply them to individual employee situations.