Human Resources

Inclusive Campus Culture

Further information

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UWA strives to maintain a vibrant and positive workplace by encouraging staff to practice respect, diversity, inclusiveness and fairness in all professional and personal interactions.

We aim to create and promote an organisational culture where staff can reach their full potential in an environment of dignity and respect, free from harassment and based on UWA's core values.

UWA is a great place to work when an inclusive culture exists in which people feel respected and can make a positive and valued contribution.

There are many different local cultures across a large and complex organisation such as UWA. To what extent is your local work area fair, inclusive, respectful of difference and positioned to harness the talents of all the people in the team?

If your local work area would like to host an Inclusive Campus Culture workshop, to talk about their workplace culture and to develop a conversation that encourages all voices to be heard, contact Janet Saldanha.

The University fosters the values of openness, honesty, tolerance, fairness and responsibility in social and moral, as well as academic matters.

University values

UWA considers the value of respect very important. It is one of the three core ethical principles in the Code of Ethics.
Through its programs and policies the University seeks to highlight and celebrate the wonderful diversity that makes the campus culture so rich and rewarding.
Inclusiveness at UWA means that everyone has a sense of belonging and a fair opportunity to reach their full potential.
Fairness refers to how people are treated at each stage of their UWA experience, whether they are a staff member, student or member of the public.