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The Conflict Resolution program offers faculty and staff the opportunity to participate in mediation and other informal conflict resolution strategies to address a dispute with another person(s) and also to provide professional development workshops and individual skill building opportunities to nurture individual learning and growth.
Employee Relations provides a place where both Virginia Tech employees and supervisors can share personal and work-related information in order to get help or advice. Our goal is to encourage employment partnerships between Virginia Tech employees and management. We are available to advise and provide information, and make referrals to valuable resources on and off campus.
The planning calendar is provided by the Department of Human Resources and the Office of University Relations and is intended to provide information on relevant dates and events for university personnel.
Virginia Tech does not discriminate against employees, students or applicants on the basis of age, color, disability, gender (including pregnancy), genetic information, national origin, political affiliation, race, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran status.
The Office of Equity and Access provides information on dealing with concerns about possible harassment or discrimination, as well as workshops for members of the Virginia Tech Community.
University ADA Services facilitates equal access through individualized accommodation, consultations, physical and programmatic access, education, outreach, and review of policies and procedures.
In addition to its other programs, Hokie Wellness provides many valuable work/life resources for Virginia Tech employees. Some examples include flexible work options, lactation support, workplace education, and child and elder care support.