The William & Mary Ombuds Office serves as an alternate and informal resource for all categories of employees and faculty seeking assistance with workplace concerns. Individuals are can talk to the ombuds in confidence about any work-related concern, no matter how big or small. Leaders are encouraged to consult with the ombuds in confidence on managing workplace conflict.
If the issue matters to you, it matters.
The Ombuds supports and complements other employee resources on campus. The Ombuds Office's unique mix of skills and tools make it distinct, however.
The Ombuds listens to your issues and explores possible courses of action with you. You decide how to move forward — if at all. The services of the Ombuds are free and voluntary as well as confidential and off the record.
Appointments are preferred in order to discuss situations in detail and find mutually convenient times. to protect confidentiality, oonly scheduling information should be discussed in voicemail or email messages.What is an Ombuds?Who is the ombuds?