We have a number of different resources and support services available for staff who may be experiencing concerns that are affecting their wellbeing.
Conflict and bullying
The University is committed to creating a fair, welcoming and inclusive environment where bullying and harassment are unacceptable. Examples of bullying include excessive criticism, setting unrealistic deadlines or unwanted looks or remarks. It can be verbal, physical or written, and can happen to anyone at any level, in any role. The University's dignity at work and study policy and procedure describes the full range of options and support available.
Dignity at work
Everyone deserves dignity at work. Find out more about our dignity at work policies and sources of support to ensure you have dignity in the workplace.
The University's mediation service is open to all staff and is an informal, confidential way of resolving differences within the workplace.
Men's Health @ York is an initiative which focuses on the improvement of men's health. Its aim is to encourage men to get together, take part in activities and support others to talk about physical and mental health issues.
Find out more about how to deal with trolling and cyber bullying, and our policies on dealing with online harassment.
Religious and spiritual groups
The Chaplaincy team offers support, pastoral care, spiritual guidance, the sacraments and a range of other opportunities. Find out more about the groups at the University.