Employee Relations and Compliance
The Employee Relations and Compliance division is responsible for Equal Employment Opportunity and is designed to assist you in managing employment related situations that may be impacting your work life and performance. Our goal is to work with you by reaching solutions which enable you to work in a healthy and respectful work environment.
Our commitment to affirmation action and equal education and employment opportunities.
Our commitment to a workplace free of harassment and discrimination.
Our commitment to inclusion, diversity and ADA compliance.
The University of Louisville is committed to and will provide equality of educational and employment opportunities for all persons. If the victim is a student, Title IX means among other things that the University must provide an environment that does not interfere with the victim’s right to pursue an education.
Improvement plans are designed to create a strong, supportive work environment which provides opportunities to succeed.
The University of Louisville values the well-being of our employees and provides a confidential Employee Assistance Program (EAP) to our employees. Our EAP provider is the Human Development Company, located in downtown Louisville. The Human Development Company provides assessment and referral services, and short-term counseling, to help our employees work through life's challenges. Employees and any other adults or children living in the family household may use this program. EAP benefits include up to eight (8) sessions for any problem or concern as well as referrals to appropriate organizations. For further information, visit their website by clicking 'Employee Assistance Program' above, or view their brochure.
The performance management system is important to our employee’s professional development as well as helps us accomplish the vision and mission of the University.
A process designed to create opportunities for employees and supervisors to engage in constructive conversations regarding working conditions, disciplinary actions, and incorrect application of policy.
Employees responsible for operating a single commercial vehicle or a combination of vehicles weighing 26,001 lbs or more are required to maintain a Commercial Driver’s License.
The Kentucky Office of Employment and Training provides unemployment insurance services for those who are unemployed through no fault of their own.