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Visit the Managing section of this site to find information on recruiting, hiring and managing employees. Learn about the U of A Onboarding Program and find tools and resources to support the onboarding process. 

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Prospective Employees

Visit the University of Alberta Careers site to learn what it's like to work here and view current career opportunities.

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News and Updates

  • From Round-Up to Stand Down: Lessons Learned

    July 26, 2022

    This year, Health, Safety and Environment launched two major initiatives to boost health and safety across our campuses.

  • Changes to the Salary Restraint Regulation for non-bargaining unit members

    July 22, 2022

    The Government of Alberta has announced changes to the Salary Restraint Regulation and its impact on post-secondary institutions across the province.

  • August 2022 Lunch & Learn Bulletin

    July 08, 2022

    Lunch and Learns are one hour sessions devoted to the dimensions of health and well-being. In August, we examine both personal psychological hygiene and then psychological health and safety from a workplace perspective. Workplace professionalism and personal finance round out our topics.

  • Life Lines - Sexual Abuse and Sexual Harassment

    June 29, 2022

    Anyone can experience sexual abuse or sexual harassment. It can happen between people who know each other and between strangers. It’s never okay. Living with the aftermath can be traumatic, and it’s important to give people the right kinds of support to begin to heal. We hope that in reading this article, you will gain a better understanding and be able to recognize some of the signs that someone may be experiencing sexual abuse or harassment.

  • Life Lines - Sexual Abuse and Sexual Harassment

    June 29, 2022

    Anyone can experience sexual abuse or sexual harassment. It can happen between people who know each other and between strangers. It’s never okay. Living with the aftermath can be traumatic, and it’s important to give people the right kinds of support to begin to heal. We hope that in reading this article, you will gain a better understanding and be able to recognize some of the signs that someone may be experiencing sexual abuse or harassment.

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