Workplace concerns take many forms, some of which require assistance to resolve.
- The first step in resolving workplace issues is usually a discussion with the supervisor or a representative from the local Human Resources office.
- Any employee may also discuss any of their workplace concerns, including discrimination or harassment, with a member of University Human Resources, Employee & Labor Relations at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 650-721-4272.
- Concerns regarding sexual harassment may also be reported to the Title IX Office at email@example.com or 650-497-4955.
- Concerns may be submitted anonymously through the Ethics and Compliance Helpline.
Sometimes, employees want to discuss their concerns without formally submitting a complaint. Discussing your concerns with the offices below will NOT constitute “notice” to the University, nor will it create a record of your concerns with the University.
The University Ombuds at 650-497-1542 and the School of Medicine Ombuds at 650-498-5744: Offers assistance as a confidential resource for faculty, staff, postdocs, students or other members of the Stanford community.
Faculty Staff Help Center: Provides professional, confidential short-term counseling to faculty and staff.
Dean’s Office for Religious and Spiritual Life: Provides confidential advice, consultation, information and support to faculty and staff.