The Dean of Staff provides confidential and impartial advice, information and assistance and support to all academic and professional staff, in relation to workplace experience. The Dean of Staff may assist to resolve problems by acting as an intermediary through confidential, independent and informal early intervention, advocacy or mediation to achieve fair and equitable outcomes.
ANU has a commitment to a culture of excellence and upholds the values of being inclusive, open and respectful. ANU celebrates collegiality and is committed to better outcomes for our community. Acts of discrimination, harassment or bullying by staff or students are the antithesis of the University's values. Any member of staff who experiences or witnesses such behaviour is encouraged to seek confidential support and advice from the Dean of Staff.
The Dean of Staff is a safe place to raise workplace issues even if you are not directly affected or do not wish to make a formal complaint.
The Dean of Staff has a role in monitoring and reporting on issues relating to staff experience at ANU.