Find information, support, and guidance using the links below (or scroll to see more detail):
- Dignity at Warwick (bullying and harassment).
- Staff Networks.
- Disability Framework (workplace adjustments).
- Equality Impact Assessment.
- New and Potential Staff / Unitemps Induction and Resources.
- Safe Overseas Travel Guidance for Staff with Protected Characteristics.
- Trans Web Portal.
- Workplace Wellbeing Resources (Thrive at Work Commitment).
- Conference Support Awards (suspended for 2020/21).
If you are looking for support with an ED&I related issue and can't find what you need here, contact us and let us know.
Find a list of resources, guidance, and sources of support amid concerns about the spread of Coronavirus/COVID-19.
Dignity at Warwick (bullying and harassment)
We are committed to ensuring a working and learning environment in which all University members (staff and students) are treated fairly and with dignity and respect, and where bullying and harassment are not tolerated. The Dignity at Warwick Policy outlines unacceptable behaviours and the process for reporting and dealing with inappropriate behaviour.
On this page you'll find links to all ED&I policies, including Disability, ED&I, and Trans and Gender Reassignment. For a full list of University policies see the HR A-Z webpage.
Familiarise yourself with the ED&I policies here.
We recognise the power of Staff Networks, the ED&I team facilitate a number of Networks which we invite you to join for networking, peer support, socialising, and discussing issues of mutual interest.
You can find a full list of existing Networks, and information on how to join, on the Staff Networks webpage.
Disability Framework (workplace adjustments)
The Disability Framework is designed to provide managers with an overview of when and how to implement a workplace adjustment for staff, and to help them through the process.
Find the full guide on the Disability Framework webpage.
Equality Impact Assessment (EIA)
An EIA is a tool that will assist in the analysis of policies and practices to ensure that they do not disadvantage or inadvertently discriminate against any individual or groups of individuals with a protected characteristic.
If you need to carry out an EIA for a change in your area, you will find detailed guidance on the EIA webpage.
New and Potential Staff
If you're a new member of staff, welcome to Warwick! On this page you'll find ED&I information and signposts to key services and initiatives.
Find everything you need for an introduction to ED&I at Warwick on the New and Potential Staff webpage.
If you are employed on a temporary contract engaged through Unitemps, the Unitemps Induction and Resources webpage has all the information you need.
Safe Overseas Travel Guidance for Staff with Protected Characteristics
This guide aims to make staff aware of potential risks they could encounter when travelling abroad on behalf of the University due to identifying with one or more protected characteristics.
Find more information, and download the guide, on the Safe Overseas Travel Guidance for Staff with Protected Characteristics webpage.
Trans Web Portal
A hub of resources and guidance for staff and students for everything you need to know about being trans at Warwick, including locations of gender neutral facilities on campus, how to change your name and gender marker on University records, and where to find support.
Find all the information you need on the Trans Web Portal.
Conference Support Awards (suspended for 2020/21)
Small Awards (of up to £150) are available to research active staff and those in Professional Services posts to help support the extra childcare or other caring costs associated with attendance at conferences.
If you need to attend conferences for your role, see if you could be eligible for a Conference Support Award.
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Employers for Carers - Warwick is a member of Carers UK Business Forum, therefore providing all staff with access to the Employers for Carers platform which hosts resources for employers, line managers, and essential guides for working carers
Care Companion - developing at WMS, freely available to all residents in Coventry and Warwickshire, provides personalised information and support for carers