A formal approach to a workplace issue could include:
These policies and process apply to regular staff employees after completion of Trial Period:
During a regular staff employee's Trial Period, these policies apply:
Academic Staff may wish to consult with your school's Human Resources manager. Policies are set forth in Chapter 6 of the Faculty Handbook: Academic Staff-Teaching: Lecturers, Senior Lecturers, Artists-in-Residence: Appointment Polices and Procedures.
In addition, these reference guides are available:
Faculty members may wish to speak with their Chair, Associate Dean, Dean or others in the school who have a role related to resolving workplace issues. The Faculty Affairs Office in the Provost's Office is your resource; you may also wish to consult the Faculty Handbook to review any applicable policies.
In addition, these references include information for specific groups: Handbook for Academic Council Faculty, Medical Center Line Faculty, Academic Staff-Teaching and Other Teaching Staff. Chapter 4: Statement on Faculty Appeal Procedures.
If you are involuntarily terminated and have concerns and/or feedback regarding your employment, you may contact the local Human Resources office or University Human Resources Employee & Labor Relations.