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Understanding issues impacting the workforce

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The Work Climate Committee is responsible for:

  • Understanding issues impacting the workforce.
  • Identifying existing programs and services to improve and recommending changes, enhancements, or establishments of programs to meet these needs.

Meetings are listed under the SC Events and Meetings Calendar. Members may attend in person or by video conference. 

Committee Chairs 

Minutes
May 19, 2021
March 17, 2021

January 20, 2021
November 18, 2020
September 16, 2020
July 22, 2020

Interested in becoming an advocate, joining a committee, or being added/removed from a communication channel (distribution lists, SLACK), please complete the council communication webform

ResourcesDescription
2019 Town Hall with President Michael CrowAvailable recording of the town hall.
ASU Charter More than a decade ago, ASU set forth a new and ambitious trajectory to become a comprehensive knowledge enterprise dedicated to the simultaneous pursuit of excellence, broad access to quality education, and meaningful societal impact. From that point forward, and founded on a vision for a new "gold standard", all of its energy, creativity, and manpower have been brought to bear on the design of a uniquely adaptive and transdisciplinary university committed to producing master learners.
Office of Human Resources
Office of Diversity, Equity and InclusionCommitted to a positive workplace environment in which employees are respectful of each other and our students.
Office of University Rights and ResponsibilitiesIs available to investigate and resolve allegations of unlawful discrimination or harassment, including all forms of sexual misconduct involving faculty, staff, and other ASU affiliates

Staff Council letter to President Michael Crow
Response

Staff Council letter to President Michael M. Crow regarding staff salaries and evaluations, and his response.