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Human Resources at Malvern

Equal Opportunity Policy

It has been and will continue to be the policy of Malvern Preparatory School to be fair and impartial in all of its relations with its employees and applicants for employment and to make all employment related decisions without discrimination based on race, religion, color, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, disability, or any other categories protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.

This policy applies to recruitment, hiring, training, promotion, and all other personnel actions and conditions of employment such as compensation, benefits, layoffs, and reinstatements, training, tuition assistance,and disciplinary measures. Decisions regarding employment and promotion will be based solely only upon valid job-related factors.

Source: Malvern Preparatory School Employee Handbook


Ms. Neha Morrison, Director of HR
Ms. Neha Morrison, Director of HR

While this text has been part of Malvern’s Employee Handbook since before she was hired, the new head of Human Resources, Ms. Neha Morrison, has brought about new changes for prospective employees.

Morrison began her role at Malvern this February. One of her first jobs was to develop some procedures for streamlining the school’s hiring process.

“I helped with developing a job application template,” Ms. Morrison said. “It’s part of a whole new streamlined process for a hiring manager. If a spot needs to be filled, we have some standards in place, such as a better means of communication with the Business Office over matters of budget.”

“I’ve also tried to fill up some voids left in the Employee Handbook,” she said.

All in all, Ms. Morrison said she is supposed to be here for the employees.

“My day-to-day work is helping the human element of the school,” she said. “Whether that means employee relations or questions about compensation or benefits, I’m here for the employees.”

About John McClatchy

Jack McClatchy started writing for the paper his freshman year, and has previously served as the News Editor during the 2015-2016 school year before becoming the first PR Director for the 2016-2017 school year. He is the President of the World Affairs Club, and is involved in the Academic Competition, Diversity Awareness, Speech and Debate, and Mock Trial clubs. He lives in Wayne, Pennsylvania along with his brother Luke (A pretty cool dude).

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