Sept. 22, 2021 The Division of Human Resources & Equity is now called the Division of People Strategy, Equity & Culture.
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Winter Term Update

Effective Monday, February 7, we will increase in-person teaching and activities across all our campuses and Faculties.

Employees working remotely should be ready to return to campus as of Monday, February 7 to support increased in-person activities. Staff will be contacted by their managers to discuss return-to-campus plans and Alternative Work Arrangements will need to be in place for roles with approval to work in hybrid capacity.

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Our institutional response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

COVID-19 resources


We're working to empower community health.

Wellness resources

Raising a Concern or Complaint

Are you experiencing workplace incivility, harassment or discrimination?

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Make a meaningful impact.

Dynamic and rewarding career paths for top talent from Canada and around the world.

Grow your career at U of T

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Resources, programming and employment details.

Information and resources related to employment, including access to Employee Self Service (ESS), benefits, retirement and pensions, wellness, leaves, payroll, and more.

Content for faculty, librarians and staff

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Where everyone belongs.

Advancing the values of equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) is a shared responsibility.

EDI at U of T

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Policies and Guidelines

Advancing an environment built on respect, diversity and inclusion.

The University’s policies are important building blocks for advancing an intentionally inclusive environment. We strive to cultivate a teaching, learning and working environment that is equitable, inclusive and free from discrimination and harassment.

Policies and Guidelines

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Support for all dimensions of well-being.

Supporting our tri-campus community with timely and appropriate accommodation and well-being services through our Wellness Hub, Family Care Office, the Employee and Family Assistance Program, and more.

Stay well at U of T

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Our community is our strength.

Our institution thrives when we embrace and make space for the broadest range of people, ideas and perspectives.

Experience U of T

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