Discover Solutions to Overcome Workplace Problems

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Presently, the Staff Ombuds Office is experiencing significant staff vacancies. While the campus is considering how to move the office forward, the ability to provide responsive service at this time will be quite limited. Our office will not be accepting any new ombuds cases, but we are encouraging visitors to complete an intake wherein they will be placed on a waiting list until we have sufficient personnel to properly conduct conflict management services. In the meantime, do not hesitate to pursue other confidential resources such as Employee Assistance and Path to Care. For offices of record, the OPHD and Whistleblower departments, just to name a few, are beneficial resources. For navigational assistance, please visit supportal.berkeley.edu

The Staff Ombuds Office provides a confidential place for employees to discuss and clarify concerns, identify options, and discover problem-solving strategies to constructively navigate and overcome workplace disputes and problems.  

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Who We Are

Learn about the office and meet our staff.

What We Do

Learn about the ways we can help you resolve conflict.

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What Guides Us

Learn about our guiding principles, set forth by the International Ombuds Association.

Contact Us- 510-642-7823. Language translation services including ASL are available.

Join our Mailing List!

Submit your email address and receive direct information about Staff Ombuds Office events, conflict resolution tips, and upcoming trainings.

Latest Ombuds Report

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To request a copy of this report in an alternative accessible format, please contact the Staff Ombuds Office at (510) 642-7823; 711 CA Relay.

Campus Events

Join People & Culture For a Dynamic Workshop : BPM 103 Creating an Inclusive Work Environment

This highly interactive workshop provides a baseline professional learning experience on fostering an inclusive work environment. For registration and more information visit People & Culture events page

Celebrating Black History Month!!!

Come celebrate Black History Month with BSFO at various events throughout the month of February.  Event Details.

Be Well at Work Spring 2024 Workshops and Training

This Spring semester join our Be Well At Work Faculty and Staff Health Programs to discover experiential insights, practical tips, and effective strategies to enhance your well-being. Our workshops provide a supportive environment for learning and nourishment as we focus on physical and mental wellness, nutrition, financial literacy, and caregiver resilience. To learn more visit https://uhs.berkeley.edu/bewellatwork/workshops.