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Employee Newsletters

Human Resources distributes a university-wide digital communication newsletter to all our employees, designed to keep our staff and faculty up to date and engaged with each organization within our University. These newsletters are distributed via email.  However, we have an archive of all our past newsletters for employees to review just in case you deleted yours within your email inbox. Please note: You must login to view these newsletters with your Clark account.

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Labor Laws

Clark University has partnered with Personnel Concepts to have access to digital compilations of state and federal laws through the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) Office. DOL administers and enforces laws to protect employees and job applicants from: discharge or termination of employment, discrimination, harassment, and retaliation, worker’s compensation, reporting workplace safety violations, Family and Medical Leave Act, wage laws, and workplace laws.

Please note: this is for Clark employees only and you must login to view this information with your Clark account.

Documents, Forms, and Disclosures

Employment decisions are vital to the successes of a department and the university. Everyone involved in the hiring process is responsible for ensuring that we are conscientious in our processes for hiring new employees. Thorough references checks are required on all candidates prior to an offer of employment being extended. Reference checks provide valuable information on a candidate’s past work history that assist the manager in making a hiring decision.

Please review the Reference Check Guidelines and Sample questions before you begin checking  references.

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At Clark, one of our highest priorities is creating an environment where our employees are supported, recognized, and motivated to succeed.

To that end, the University is undertaking a comprehensive classification and compensation study to bring more consistency, equity, and transparency to the way we define positions and compensate employees. The study will strengthen our capacity as an institution and help us recruit, retain, and cultivate exceptional talent.

Learn more about the process and gain access to documentation that is needed to complete this assessment

Comprehensive Classification and Compensation Study

Contact Information

Office of Human Resources

Office Location
  • Geography Building
    3rd Floor
    950 Main Street
    Worcester MA 01610

  • 1-508-793-7294 Human Resources
  • 1-508-793-7438 Payroll
  • 1-508-793-8809 Fax