We aspire to develop, support, and engage a diverse workforce that is ready to have an immediate impact on the world.
Our variety of benefit programs allow you to choose the benefits that are the right fit for you. With a variety of choices, you can build security while supporting your health and financial goals, now and into the future.
Whether you are a supervisor or an individual contributor, understanding your pay is key. Our resources will help you fill out your payroll forms, and access your pay information.
Our HR Business Partners are strategic partners, placed in every school and division throughout our campus. With their support, our university is able to deliver on its core mission.
Supporting your growth at GW means ensuring you have the resources you need to understand your compensation. We invite you to learn more about how our compensation enables our employees to continue on their career path.
Our top priority is the safety and wellbeing of our employees. Our Office of Equal Employement Opportunity and Employee Relations ensures that GW is creating a workforce that values and protects diversity
We want our community to not just grow in their development, but thrive. Through our Performance Management program and our various training modules, Talent and Organizational Development is here to help you accomplish your career goals
Our toolkit includes our employee handbook, information for managers, as well as access to our forms and HR systems.
Supporting your health takes many forms at GW. We invite you to explore our varied options for your wellbeing, from mindfulness to fitness.
News and Announcements
Digital Subscription Access
All GW students, faculty, and staff now have free, full online access to The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times. Register here to begin accessing these resources.
For our staff, please refer to the Guidance for Staff Regarding COVID-19 Protocols. This provides details on how to request time off or leave, how your HR Business Partner can support you, and what information you may be exempt from disclosing to your supervisor. Faculty and staff supervisors should refer to the Guidance for Supervisors Regarding COVID-19 Protocols for information regarding how to communicate with your team with care during this time, and how to assist an employee that may need to quarantine or self-isolate. In the event that quarantining or isolation is required, telework should always be used as a first option, prior to using any available time off or leave. We have created a guide to your Time Off and Leave Options During Isolation or Quarantine to walk you through what you may be eligible for. There have also been updates made to our ADA reasonable accommodation process - please refer to ADA Reasonable Accommodation Leave and Frequently Asked Questions.
Virtual Retirement Fair
Join Benefits and GW's retirement providers for a day of virtual sessions focused on transitioning from career to retirement. The sessions are designed to help highlight the necessary steps one can take to successfully plan for retirement. They are helpful for any career stage.
Upcoming GWell Webinars
Are you curious to learn more about the Headspace app and the impact of mindfulness? Join us on Friday, November 20, 2020 at 12 p.m. for a webinar hosted by Headspace that will explore how mindfulness can improve our daily habits and share tools available in the app, including exercises and kids programs. Register Via Webex
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