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The Human Resource Services office administers all issues regarding the federal legislation of "Americans with Disabilities Act" (ADA). Employees who identify themselves as having a disability or present a supervisor with medical documentation seeking a job-related accommodation should be referred to the Human Resource Services Office at (631) 632-6180. An evaluation of the documentation and request is made by the office to attempt to find a reasonable accommodation for an individual with a disability covered under the ADA to perform the essential duties of his/her position. Employees should refer to Accommodation Request form ( Request should be submitted to your designated ADA human resource representative, as listed below.

SBU WEST CAMPUS, RF & HSC EMPLOYEES - Human Resource Services (Attn: Paulene Toussaint)
Phone: (631) 632-6161
Fax: (631) 632-6208

STONY BROOK MEDICINE EMPLOYEES - SBM Human Resources (Attn: Tami Goldberg)
Phone: (631) 444-4734
Fax: (631) 444-4724

LISVH EMPLOYEES - LISVH Human Resources (Attn: Denise Muscarella)
Phone: (631) 444-8617
Fax: (631) 444-8517

Human Resource Services  is committed to supporting the University's mission of providing excellence in teaching, research, health care and economic development while complying with Federal and State laws, regulatory agency mandates and collective bargaining agreements.

Early identification and referral to the  Employee Assistance Program  for employees with behavioral problems is important in maintaining a safe, productive and healthy workplace. Employees experiencing personal and/or family problems at home often exhibit behavioral or performance problems at work. When discussing workplace problems with the employee, managers and supervisors should inform the employee of the availability of the Employee Assistance Program and should notify EAP that they referred an employee of the program. Employee participation in EAP is voluntary and confidential.

The   Office of Institutional Diversity and Equity (OIDE)  provides direction to the University community with regard to federal and state guidelines and legislation related to civil rights, equal employment, cultural diversity and affirmative action. They provide training and consultation to supervisors and staff, while conducting investigations of allegations of discriminations and sexual harassment.

The   University Ombuds Office  is an informal and confidential service available to Stony Brook students, staff, faculty and administrators to resolve complaints and evaluate options for positive action.

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