Employees whose positions are covered by a Collective Bargaining Agreement should refer to their contract.
Administrative Professional employees should refer to the Administrative Professional Employee Handbook for a summary of policies and procedures guiding personnel actions. AP Handbook
Civil Service employee should refer to the Washington Administrative Code (WAC) for rules guiding a wide range of personnel actions. The WAC serves as the handbook for employees in this category. Personnel Title 357, WAC
Faculty members should refer to the Faculty Manual for policies and procedures governing faculty rights, privileges, and responsibilities.
Bargaining unit covered employees should refer to their Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) for rules, policies and procedures guiding personnel actions. The CBA serves as the handbook for employees in this category. Bargaining Unit Agreements
Discrimination and Sexual Harassment
Incidents of workplace discrimination or sexual harassment should be reported to:
The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is offered as part of WSU’s employee benefit package. It is a free and confidential service to assist in identifying, managing, and resolving personal and work-related issues that may affect job performance or quality of life issues. Employees may contact the state EAP directly. For more information about specific services provided by state EAP: Telephone (toll free) 1-877-313-4455 or visit: http://www.EAP.wa.gov
The Ombudsman is designated by the university to function as an impartial and neutral resource to assist all members of the university community, and to protect the interests, rights, and privileges of students, staff, and faculty at all levels of university operations.
Civil Service/Classified Staff, Administrative Professional, and Non-student hourly employees at WSU can go through the Workplace Concern Resolution Process to obtain a review and resolution of their workplace concerns which are not provided for by other complaint processes (Sexual Harassment, Discrimination, OSHA violations, and Workplace Violence)