Building a Culture That Thrives: Preventing Retaliation
As part of our work to reinforce the university’s commitment to preventing retaliation and protecting those who report improper behavior, it is highly recommended that faculty and staff complete a new online training module.
“Building a Culture That Thrives: Preventing Retaliation” will help faculty and staff:
- Discover what retaliation looks like and how to prevent it
- Learn about the new policy to protect you from retaliation
- Identify where to go to ask confidential questions about taking action, and explore where to report if you decide to do so
Completion of the online module is highly recommended for all faculty and staff members, including student employees, temporary staff, bargained-for staff and graduate student employees at all three U-M campuses and Michigan Medicine. The module will take about 25 minutes to complete. View FAQs about the training on the University Human Resources website.
Leadership and Culture: Strategies to Prevent Workplace Issues and Retaliation
Leaders play an important role in helping to prevent workplace issues and wrongdoing. This course gives leaders tools and strategies to create a more welcoming and respectful work environment. Interactive discussions, case studies and role-playing exercises will enhance learning.
Resources to Prevent Retaliation
These resources are included in the online module Building a Culture That Thrives: Preventing Retaliation and the pre-requisite online module to Leadership and Culture: Strategies to Prevent Workplace Issues and Retaliation. We have included them here for more consistent access.