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Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI)
- Division Commitment
- To get involved in division specific sustainability initiatives, contact Court Casteel and/or Caitlin Jackson.
- WashU Sustainability
Funding & Employment Opportunities
Using Twitter as a Professional
Schedules & Events
Benefits – Includes: priority appointments, health care resources, health dental and vision, tax savings accounts, life and income protection, retirement savings, tuition assistance, family-friendly benefits, plan documents, and life/employment status changes.
Policies – Includes: forms and regulatory postings.
Professional Growth – Includes: staff courses, management courses, career development, customized programs, administrative certificate, management certificate, continuing education, and online learning.
Well-Being – Includes: mind/body, financial, work-life and family care, culture and community, and career development.
- Office of the Ombuds – A resource for faculty members, staff and medical students that offers assistance in the informal resolution of work-related conflicts, advocates for fair treatment and process, and follows four distinctive principles of Confidentiality, Independence, Impartiality/Neutrality, Informality. Learn more or request a consult by clicking one of the two following options: Faculty & Medical Students and Medical School Staff.
- Confidential Concern Portal – Raise concerns confidentially with regard to HR policy violations or your workplace environment. Access online or call 1-844-484-5957.
- University Compliance Hotline – Contact the Anonymous Compliance Reporting Hotline at 314-362-4998 or fill out the Online Reporting Form.