The aim of the BAHR website is to provide a "one-stop shopping" experience for current and prospective Business Affairs employees for all things related to HR.
We are committed to supporting the employee experience, which simply means we care about your perceptions and interactions in Business Affairs. The employee experience begins with the onboarding process and lasts through the lifecycle of your employment.
Talent development is one of our key strategic goals in Business Affairs and is one reason why we are so invested in growing our internal talent. Accordingly, Business Affairs offers programs and opportunities for development to supplement the many wonderful resources available university-wide.
Benefits are plentiful at Stanford and we want to make sure you're aware of all perks and advantages available to you via the Cardinal at Work website.
Important policies & procedures are in place to ensure we have a strong and compliant operational infrastructure. We want to make it easy for you to access relevant information as you perform your duties.
There are a wide variety of university resources available at your finger tips, just clicks away. However, in a decentralized environment, it can be hard to know what's out there and where to look. We try to help you to find what you need.
We care about the future of Business Affairs so it is critical to find and hire the right talent. We welcome referrals and applications. We have a variety of career opportunities.
The Human Resources team for Business Affairs is responsible for providing strategic HR guidance and consulting for the staff, management and leadership within the Business Affairs organization.
Business Affairs Manager Learning Series
This year, we're excited to launch the BA Manager Learning Series that is specifically aimed at developing manager excellence.
Changes to the hiring process
As a result of two new California laws, Assembly Bill (AB) 1008 and AB 168, there are some critical changes to the hiring process of which managers in particular need to be aware.