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Dan Michaud has been appointed as the interim associate vice president for Human Resources to manage a new department including Payroll, Benefits and Human Resources.
Posted 11.16.05

Recasting Human Resources, Payroll will Improve Service and Access

A recent reorganization of services has combined the Human Resources Department with the Payroll and Benefits Offices. The reorganization became effective on Wednesday, Nov. 9 and was announced by John C. Meerts, interim vice president for finance and treasurer and vice president for Information Technology Services. The intent is to create a single, one-stop office that handles compensation, benefits, personnel information, transactions and recruitment.

"By merging the two areas we've created a more efficient, more accessible service for faculty and staff," says Meerts. "Bringing these areas together in a single department will provide better overall service in these areas and eliminate confusion about who to contact for any of these issues."

Meerts adds that the offices will eventually be combined physically at a single location to provide additional convenience for faculty and staff.

Dan Michaud has been appointed as the interim associate vice president for human resources to manage the new expanded department. Michaud comes to Wesleyan from Caritas Christi Health Care in Boston, Mass.

"We're very excited about Dan coming to Wesleyan," Meerts says. "He has tremendous experience in managing these services in a nonprofit environment and we'll be looking forward to his expertise and leadership, especially during this transitional period."

Meerts and Michaud hope to finalize a new location for the department in the near future.
 
By David Pesci, director of Media Relations