The UW offers resources to help you resolve complaints and conflicts.
The University provides reasonable accommodations to employees with disabilities to enable them to perform the essential functions of their positions.
Disability leave is a type of disability accommodation that may be granted to an employee who is unable to perform the essential functions of their current position.
The UW's policies on drug and alcohol abuse and testing
The Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity (OMA&D) and UW Human Resources (UWHR) partner to support employee affinity groups at the University of Washington.
If you would like access to your official personnel file, follow the UW file access procedure.
Knowing which employment program applies to your position is important because benefits, compensation, time off, and other employment provisions are defined by employment program.
Ethical standards for UW resources, outside employment, gifts, and conflicts of interest
Staff are exempt from Washington state civil service law if they meet one or more exemption criteria.
A flexwork arrangement is a work plan that differs from the standard workweek.
Leave use for missed work caused by inclement weather
All new employees must complete the Employment Eligibility Verification Form I-9 and present original document(s) that establish their identity and employment authorization within three business days of their first day of employment.
University departments are responsible for complying with state law regarding providing meal and rest periods.
The purpose of this webpage is to provide information on accommodation related to pregnancy.
Learn about employee flexibility supports, employer-provided resources, and time off and leave options that are available to help address stress or anxiety.
Guidelines for providing work references for current or former UW employees
Washington state law protects high-risk employees seeking accommodation from exposure to an infectious or contagious disease during a public health emergency.
A pilot program between UWHR and the Office of Academic Personnel allows UW units to sponsor staff for H-1B, E-3 and TN visas in qualified, regular, full-time positions.
This webpage summarizes key concepts related to Washington state service for staff in non-temporary positions at UW.
Information on UW's suspended operations policies, including time off and essential services employees
Telework refers to an arrangement where an employee works from home or from another location away from the normal workplace.
Learn how to confirm your eligibility for the fully subsidized U-PASS benefit available to all personnel who are receiving wages from UW.
Options for time off use and work schedule adjustments to help employees and units accommodate an anticipated short-term disruption.
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.