Consistent with its commitment to equal opportunity, the University strives to maintain a
positive climate for work in which relevant factors such as ability and performance are the bases
for decisions relating to individual employees. Supervisors are responsible for maintaining an
environment that supports equal opportunity. This section helps supervisors understand and
incorporate policy and guidance on equal opportunity and affirmative action programs, and to create
and manage diversity in the workplace. Click on the links below for additional information about
these important issues.
The information presented here is a supplement to the information
provided in Section
3 of the Employee Handbook. As regular University employees,
supervisors are expected to be familiar with the information and
follow the guidance found in the Employee Handbook.