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Employee Councils - University of Virginia

Employee Councils - University of Virginia

The Employee Communication Councils are designed to facilitate two-way communication between senior administration and staff that allow employees to voice concerns and hear from senior administration regarding those issues. How Does the Council Work? Employee-Level Councils - Composed of elected representatives from various schools, the employee level councils meet to discuss employee issues and concerns, suggestions for improvements, etc.

When necessary, the council then provides a resource or a contact from whom the employee may best find a solution; in most cases this resource person is invited to a meeting. Questions are asked by council representatives for a clearer understanding of the particular issue. Executive Council - Comprised of chairs, vice chairs, and secretaries of each council, the executive council meets quarterly with the Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer to discuss issues from all four vice presidential communications councils.