Upcoming changes to temporary employment program

Posted on January 7, 2022

Beginning July 1, 2022, positions that historically have been considered temporary will transition to other employment types.

Employment programs at the University of Washington

Posted on January 7, 2022

Knowing which employment program applies to your position is important because benefits, compensation, time off, and other employment provisions are defined by employment program.

Remote Work Location and Out-of-State Work Policy

Posted on December 22, 2020

This policy establishes basic requirements for designating a classified, contract covered, temporary, or professional staff employee’s remote work location and considerations for working outside of Washington State.

International remote work for staff and student employees

Posted on December 22, 2020

The following information updates and clarifies current University of Washington (UW) policy regarding international remote work.

Cyclic year positions

Posted on September 29, 2020

Describes cyclic year positions, including cyclic yearly leave and impact on benefits and time off accruals.

Position management policy for staff and student employment

Posted on July 24, 2020

An overview of key definitions, outlines rules associated with positions, and guides the management of positions and their lifespan.

Work disruption planning

Posted on January 3, 2020

Options for time off use and work schedule adjustments to help employees and units accommodate an anticipated short-term disruption.

Pregnancy accommodation

Posted on November 8, 2017

The purpose of this webpage is to provide information on accommodation related to pregnancy.

Workplace violence

Posted on July 10, 2016

The UW is committed to providing a safe workplace and offers resources for reporting concerning behavior and requesting assistance for unsafe, or potentially unsafe, situations.

Disability accommodation

Posted on June 28, 2016

The University provides reasonable accommodations to employees with disabilities to enable them to perform the essential functions of their positions.