Compliance and Diversity
The Compliance and Diversity Office is responsible for administering the CUNY Graduate Center’s recruitment, hiring, appointment, and equal opportunity policies and procedures ensuring compliance with related laws, rules, and regulations dealing with human rights. This includes providing the CUNY Graduate Center, Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY, and Macaulay Honors College communities with training on search procedures and human rights policies, developing and administering the Graduate Center's Affirmative Action Plan, collecting and analyzing employee statistical data, maintaining records and preparing and submitting required internal and external reports, investigating human rights complaints (i.e., sexual harassment, discrimination, etc.), and administering the internal discrimination procedures.
Compliance & Diversity Training
In addition to the links below, please view upcoming Human Resources events on Eventbrite.
Comprehensive Ethics Training Course
This training course is required for all State officers and employees who file an annual Financial Disclosure Statement (FDS).
Upcoming Comprehensive Ethics Training Course (CETC) offered at the Graduate Center and by JCOPE will be posted here.
Ethics Seminar Refresher Training
This is an ongoing training requirment for FDS Filers who have successully completed the CETC course and are rquired to continue their mandatory ethics training requirements.
Upcoming Ethics Refresher Training offered at the Graduate Center and by JCOPE will be posted here.
To schedule training, please contact the Compliance and Diversity Office at 212-817-7410 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Enroll via Eventbrite for upcoming E-SPARC training.
Please see the E-SPARC and WPV Guidelines for instructions on completing mandated trainings.
Other Employee Trainings
View our events on Eventbrite.
CUNY Professional Development & Learning Office is excited to share course offerings that are available to CUNY employees for Fall 2022 through Spring 2023.
SPRING 2023 COURSE OFFERINGS:
Expanding Your Learning, Decision Making and Communication Potential
Developing Dynamic Listening Skills
Colors of Leadership
How Leaders Build Trust: The Key to Performance & Ability to Change
Strategic Delegation: Leading a Team to Success
Managerial Power Tools: Motivating, Coaching and Teambuilding
Enhancing Work for Optimal Engagement
Managing Multiple Priorities
Improving Your Effectiveness in a Multicultural Workplace
Before registering for any professional development course, please confirm all details with your direct supervisor including work schedule, coverage, and cost. Employees can review the Spring 2023 Course Offerings on the Learning & Development website (https://www.cuny.edu/pdlm).
Once approved, a confirmation email will be sent from University.Training@cuny.edu to you and your supervisor within 7 business days. Please note that there are a maximum number of participants per session. Interested employees can register by completing the Spring Course Registration Form.
FALL 2022 - WINTER 2023 COURSE OFFERINGS:
- Reasonable Accommodations Procedural Guidelines
- LGBTQ: The Power of Inclusion
- Managing the Multi-Generational Workforce: Leveraging the Talents of 5 Generations
- Building an Inclusive Culture: Understanding Unconscious Bias
- Structured Interviewing and Unconscious Bias
- Structured Interviewing: Utilizing Follow-Up and Probing Questions
Before registering for any professional development courses, staff must receive approval from their supervisor. Employees can review the Fall 2022 - Winter 2023 Course Catalog here.
Once approved by their supervisor, staff should complete the DCAS Training Application form found here and email it to CUNY University.Training@cuny.edu. Once registered, a confirmation email will be sent from University.Training@cuny.edu to the employee and their supervisor within 7 business days. Employees that are interested in a course should register as soon as possible in order to guarantee a seat.
Please forward any questions to University.Training@cuny.edu.
We Can Help
Recruitment and Retention
The Compliance and Diversity Office is available to assist with recruitment and retention efforts and provide guidance regarding equal employment opportunity and affirmative action policies and procedures.
- Personnel Actions Approval Process
- CUNY Search Committee Guide
- Graduate Center Advertising & Networking Resource Guide
- Graduate Center Human Resources
- Graduate Center EEO Training, Workshops and Presentations
- Recruitment Request Form for Full-Time Positions
- Appointment/Recruitment Request Form for Part-Time Positions
If you believe you have been a victim of discrimination or retaliation, please visit CUNY University-Wide Discrimination and Retaliation Portal at the link below to submit a complaint. Please also review the Legal Justifications for Filing a Complaint of Discrimination.
For the GC Community
Find important resources below:
- GC's Lactation Room
- Lactation Room Policy
- CUNY Lactation Room Procedures
- Notice of Non-Discrimination
- Title IX Awareness
- SPARC Training Program for Students
- CUNY Students' Bill of Rights
- Title IX: Sexual Assault, Stalking and Domestic and Intimate Partner Violence
- Resources for Victims/Survivors of Sexual Violence
- CUNY Procedures for Implementing Reasonable Accommodations and Academic Adjustments
- Other CUNY Policies