Procedures for Staff & Faculty

  • The University of Guelph is committed to the implementation of early intervention for those Employees with disabilities upon their entering the University’s workforce
    and Employees who experience occupational and non-occupational illness or disabilities while
    in the workforce. 
  • The University of Guelph has a Workplace Violence Prevention Policy, 851.01.17. This Workplace Violence Prevention Program (“Program”) supports this Policy.
  • The University of Guelph is committed to conducting its business affairs in an ethical manner and in accordance with its own employment policies. The purpose of this Code of Ethical Conduct for Suppliers and Subcontractors is to ensure that the University does its utmost to have a positive impact on working conditions and to minimize the possibility of its contributing to oppressive working conditions. 

  • As part of the joint commitment to providing a work environment that facilitates the full participation of all Members, this accommodation partnership is intended to ensure an environment which encourages all Members with disabilities to avail themselves of the services at the University that may facilitate their contributions to teaching, research, scholarship and professional practice, and service. 
  • University policies are established by Senate and the Board of Governors. As well, operational and/ or managerial policies and regulations are established by administrative units to carry out university policies and applicable federal or provincial legislation.