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I AM ND: Mary Adeniyi

Published: Fri Sep 14, 2018 at 03:20PM

Mary AdeniyiMary Adeniyi, learning and organizational development consultant in Human Resources

Mary Adeniyi is a Learning and Organizational Development consultant in Human Resources. It’s her job to come up with workshop topics (and speakers) that inspire employees to maximize their potential. The courses and series offer training on anything from capitalizing on personal talents to positive conflict resolution to appreciating generational differences to
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A wellness success story: He lost 7% of his body weight in four months

Published: Fri Sep 14, 2018 at 03:00PM

Heyse Jamieson

After Gene Heyse’s annual health screening in 2015, Notre Dame Wellness Center staff contacted him to discuss his high blood pressure (150/100) and encourage him to consider working with a wellness coach.

With his family history, Heyse decided it was time to get serious about lowering his blood pressure. “Both of my grandfathers died from heart attacks, one in his 40s, and my uncle died in his 60s of complications from diabetes,” says Heyse. Read full article

Meet your Human Resources Consultant

Published: Fri Sep 14, 2018 at 03:00PM

Human Resources Consultants: Strategic partners that can help you (and your team) achieve more


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Faculty and staff new to Notre Dame often comment that the Human Resources department isn’t like those they’ve experienced before. Elsewhere, a trip to HR might be something to dread. Read full article

Education benefits among Notre Dame's best employee benefits

Published: Fri Sep 14, 2018 at 12:00PM

Benita Ramirez

The University offers generous educational benefits to full-time faculty, staff, retirees, spouses and their eligible dependents. 

“In particular, tuition assistance for children is a unique benefit that has helped many families to save thousands of dollars toward children’s higher education at Notre Dame, Saint Mary’s and other colleges and universities across the country,” says Kevin Mospan Read full article