Resolving Workplace Issues
Below are offices at Stanford University and the School of Medicine to support reporting discrimination and resolving workplace issues. For discrimination reporting and resolving workplace issues, School of Medicine staff can reach out to the School of Medicine Employee Labor & Relations and/or the Director of Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (Shaila Kotadia at email@example.com).
Stanford University policy for Harassment & Discrimination has further details. Concerns can be submitted anonymously through the Stanford University Ethics & Compliance Helpline. Please note that the Ethics & Compliance Helpline is not a 24-hour or emergency service. For more information, please visit the Address Concerns page on the Cardinal at Work website.
Stanford University and School of Medicine Offices
The university’s existing non-retaliation section of the Code of Conduct (AGM 1.1.1) has now been incorporated into a stand-alone policy (AGM 1.1.2). Having a separate non-retaliation policy highlights the importance of providing an environment in which employees can raise concerns without fear of retaliation.
Conflict Resolution Fellow Toolkit
In January of 2021, Carson Smith, MPhil (Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma) joined Stanford as the Conflict Resolution Fellow. In this position, she supported the Stanford community in conflict resolution and community building efforts. Her efforts as the Conflict Resolution Fellow were curated in the Conflict Resolution Fellow online toolkit. The online toolkit includes information and materials on peacemaking, peer mediation, and the conflict resolution policy lab.