Employee Relations


Employee Relations

Employee Relations is a resource for conflict resolution, facilitating difficult conversations, fostering productive working environments and ensuring compliance. Employee Relations process and help resolve employee complaints, coach and work with managers to prepare and deliver disciplinary actions for employees.


Contact us directly: nohrmlabrel@lsuhsc.edu  


LSU Health - NO is committed to promoting an atmosphere that prevents discrimination against individuals with disabilities, to bringing persons with disabilities into the social and economic mainstream, to providing enforceable standards to address discrimination against individuals with disabilities, and to providing reasonable accommodations or auxiliary aids or services for persons with disabilities.

LSU Health-NO prohibits discrimination and harassment against persons with disabilities in all activities, programs, public services, transportation, public accommodations, information technology, and employment. It is the policy of LSU Health-NO that equal treatment and opportunity will be provided to all persons, without regard to disability, in the recruitment of, admission to, participation in, or employment in the programs, activities, and events operated and sponsored by LSU Health-NO.


Employee Accommodation Procedures

  • The employee should contact HRMADA@lsuhsc.edu to begin the interactive process
  • The employee should complete and submit the Employee Request for Reasonable Accommodation Form.
  • The employee’s healthcare provider should complete and submit the Accommodation Request Medical Inquiry Form as necessary for any disability or need that is not obvious.
  • The employee will participate in an interactive process meeting with the Employee Relations Manager to discuss specific needs and accommodation requests.
  • The Employee Relations Manager will discuss the implementation of reasonable accommodations with the employee’s supervisor.
  • The employee and Employee Relations Manager will have ongoing communication about the effectiveness of the accommodation.

Campus Assistance Program (CAP)

(504) 568-8888

The mission of the LSUHSC Campus Assistance Program (CAP) is to support the mental, emotional, and physical well-being of students, faculty, staff, and immediate family members in order to promote the overall health and effectiveness of the LSUHSC-NO community

The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) was established to provide employees and their families with opportunities to obtain assistance for a variety of personal problems which may affect their continued functioning as productive members of the University community or society at large.

EAP Informational Brochure

EAP Talkspace

EAP Benefit Overview

PS-59 Employee Assistance Program


EAP Contact Info - Available 24/7:


Aetna Resources for Living

LSU Health New Orleans Ombuds Office

Associate Ombuds- Catherine Briley, JD

The Ombuds is a trained mediator and is available to resolve conflict through an informal process. The conflict resolution never goes into the employee's HR file or the student's record (since this is an informal process, no records are kept). Using the Ombuds' services is a favorable option for employees who want to improve their working environment without involving HR or Compliance. The ombuds informally mediate or negotiates dispute resolutions. 

Associate Ombuds serves LSU Health New Orleans and LSU Health Shreveport.

Contact Information: 
Catherine Briley, JD


Office of Compliance Programs

The Office of Compliance Programs at LSU Health - New Orleans (LSUHSC-NO) was founded in March 2002. Its mission is to ensure adherence to Federal and State laws, as well as University Policies and Procedures, fostering consistency across all schools and administrative sectors within the University.

Phone: Toll free (855) 561-4099
Email: nocompliance@lsuhsc.edu

U.S. Mail:
c/o Compliance Officer
433 Bolivar St. Rm 811
New Orleans, LA 70112

Power Based Violence or Title IX Misconduct

LSU Health - New Orleans upholds a dedication to cultivating a nurturing environment for learning, work, and life. We champion integrity, civility, and mutual respect, fostering an atmosphere that is free from all forms of discrimination, including but not limited to sex and sexual misconduct. This encompasses instances of sex discrimination, sexual harassment, dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and any acts of retaliation.

Located in the Resource Center Building- Room 826A
433 Bolivar Street
New Orleans, LA 70112

Email: titleix@lsuhsc.edu