Upset or annoyed with something at work?
Contact a listener within the department who will listen in confidence and know where to point you should you need advice.
|Dr Ashley Cadby||Academic|
|Dr Jenny Clark||Researcher|
|Dr Rhoda Hawkins||Academic|
|Dr Matt Mears||Academic|
|Prof David Mowbray||Academic|
|Dr Andrew Parnell||Researcher|
|Miss Angie Rollinson||Administrator|
|Miss Emilia Hudzik (firstname.lastname@example.org)||Postgraduate student|
|Mr Sam Jenkins (email@example.com)||Postgraduate student|
|Miss Rachel Kilbride (firstname.lastname@example.org)||Postgraduate student|
|Mr Jordan McElwee (email@example.com)||Postgraduate student|
|Miss Katie Tehrani (firstname.lastname@example.org)||Postgraduate student|
|Mr James Wild (email@example.com)||Postgraduate student|
If you would prefer to talk with someone outside the department:
Contact the counselling service.
For staff: Every member of staff has access to 8 hours of free confidential counselling either on the phone or in person: 0800 028 1947
For students: Register for free counselling: www.sheffield.ac.uk/ssid/counselling/services
Contact a ‘Dignity at Work Adviser’ to receive advice by phone or email.
A Dignity at Work Adviser can assist you to explore options for informal resolution of the issue and indicate whether the matter is so serious that it warrants consideration under the formal procedure.
For staff: www.sheffield.ac.uk/hr/guidance/eamp/harassment/network
Summary of University's Policies and Procedure
1) Informal Action
Talk your manager in the first instance where possible. If not possible, talk to a more senior manager.
Mediation involves the appointment of a trained, internal mediator, who will discuss the issue(s) raised by your grievance with those involved and seek to facilitate a resolution. It has proven to be an effective tool for resolving interpersonal conflicts, especially when used at an early stage (depending on the nature of your grievance).
3) Formal Grievance
Raise your grievance in writing. This will probably result in a ‘grievance meeting’ and may result in an investigation. Grievances are concerns, problems or complaints that may be related to a wide range of issues; including your working environment, the opportunities that you have been given for career development or the way in which you have been managed (this is not an exhaustive list).
University of Sheffield Policies and Procedures
Dignity at Work policy: https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/polopoly_fs/1.448231!/file/DignityatWork-KeyPrinciples-Final.pdf
Grievance Procedure: http://www.sheffield.ac.uk/hr/guidance/disputeresolution/employee