Human Resources

Grievance procedures

Further information

  • UWA Code of Ethics and Code of Conduct
  • Mediation Services

Grievances procedures

The University is currently amending its grievance and complaint procedures for employees.

In the interim, please refer to your relevant enterprise agreement or contact Employee Relations at er-hr@uwa.edu.au


 

Grievance procedures

The University is currently amending its grievance and complaint procedures for employees.

In the interim, please refer to your relevant enterprise agreement or contact Employee Relations at er-hr@uwa.edu.au

Conduct in the workplace

UWA Code of Ethics and Code of Conduct
The UWA Code of Ethics and Code of Conduct is a statement of the ethical principles, values and behaviours expected of staff and students at The University of Western Australia.
Prevention and resolution of bullying on campus
This policy on Prevention and Resolution of Bullying on Campus applies to all members of the University community who believe the professional integrity of their work or study environment has been compromised by one or more persons engaging in intimidating and/or inappropriate behaviour. It identifies processes for students, staff, managers, including heads of school to follow in attempting to resolve such difficulties.
Sexual harassment
The Sexual Harassment Policy and procedures are designed to resolve complaints of sexual harassment. Sexual harassment covers a range of behaviours which constitute a verbal, visual or physical affront of a sexual nature to a person. The distinguishing characteristics of sexual harassment are that it is conduct with a sexual component which is unwelcome, unsolicited and unreciprocated.
Racial harassment
Racial harassment is any verbal, physical or written act which is based on a person's race, ethnic background, nationality, language or cultural background, and is unwanted, unacceptable and offensive to the person.
Dealing with equity enquiries and grievances
This document outlines the policy and procedures for use by Faculties and Central Administration in dealing with enquires and complaints of discrimination and harassment by both staff and students.

Back to top

 


Professional and Personal Relationships in the Workplace Policy

This policy outlines for all staff of the University community the conduct expected in the performance of duties, and in maintaining public trust and confidence in the integrity and professionalism of the services provided by the University.

Equal opportunity and affirmative action policy statement

This policy sets out the University's responsibilities with respect to the WA Equal Opportunity Act 1984 and the Commonwealth Equal Opportunity for Women in the Workplace Act 1999.

Intellectual property

Intellectual property issues within the University are addressed by our Intellectual property policy and Intellectual property regulations.

Parking or driving infringement

Details of parking or driving infringement fines, including how to pay a fine and how to appeal against an infringement notice.

If you need additional information or assistance contact Human Resources

Back to top