Examples of diversity in employee resources include:
- Employee Resource Groups
At OHSU, our continued success depends on the diverse skills, experiences, and backgrounds that our employees bring to OHSU. To help foster employee growth and development while meeting the needs of a more diverse employee workforce, OHSU supports the formation of Employee Resource Groups (ERGs). ERGs provide opportunities for career development, social support, networking, mentoring, and community participation, and help promote cultural awareness and employee engagement. ERGs align with OHSU's mission and goals of advancing diversity and inclusion.
- Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity (AAEO) department
AAEO's staff advises managers, faculty, staff, and students regarding prohibited discrimination and harassment, reasonable accommodation, affirmative action, increasing diversity, and outreach.
- Center for Diversity and Inclusion
CDI supports and works to promote an environment that values and nurtures an inclusive environment of diversity throughout the university.
- Global Health Center
The Global Health Center is a university-wide program that promotes interdisciplinary global health education, research, service and advocacy to reduce the burden of illness and injury at home and abroad.
- OHSU/AFSCME Career and Workplace Enhancement Center
The Career and Workplace Enhancement Center is an OHSU-wide resource, with a focus on AFSCME-represented employees. The center is committed to providing professional development, training opportunities and organizational resources in the following focus areas: conflict management, workplace performance improvement and employee development. The CWE Center exists to fulfill the goals of the Labor Management Committee (LMC), established as a part of the 2009-2012 collective bargaining agreement between OHSU and AFSCME.