At the University of Portland, we recognize that concerns in the workplace arise from time-to-time. We are committed to ensuring that workplace concerns brought to our attention are addressed in timely and fair manner.
Often, an employee is able to resolve a workplace concern by discussing it with the person or supervisor directly involved in or relevant to the concern. However, in some situations, employees may feel more comfortable first obtaining guidance from Human Resources. Employees can contact Bill Jenkins, Assistant Director of Human Resources, or Sandy Chung, Director of Human Resources, in such situations.
Faculty members with concerns should follow procedures indicated in the Faculty Handbook.
Our Ethics Point reporting tool is available for situations where an employee believes a workplace concern needs to elevated to a confidential third party.
Please click here to view our dispute resolution policy and procedures.
The University of Portland is committed to maintaining a safe environment free from all forms of unlawful harassment, as well as any violence, threats of violence, or intimidation by an administrator, faculty, staff, student, or visitor (including independent contractors) that impact the University or a member of the University community.
The University of Portland is committed to complying fully with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and applicable state disability discrimination laws. Accordingly, the University will make reasonable accommodations for qualified applicants and/or employees with disabilities when appropriate and in accordance with the ADA, unless doing so would impose an undue hardship on the University.
All on-the-job injuries and job-related illnesses must be reported to your supervisor and the Office of Human Resources as soon as possible.
Our office hours are Monday-Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.