HR and Equity Resources
Faculty HR and Equity Resources
For an overview of all benefits, see the on-line Synopsis of Benefit Plans .This site includes information about: · OHIP (Ontario Health Insurance Plan) · UHIP (for eligible individuals who are not covered by OHIP) · Health and Dental Plans · Sick leave · Long-term disability plan · Group life insurance and survivor income benefit program · Pension plan · Athletic and Faculty Club Membership · Tuition waver for staff and dependents and scholarship programme for dependents of faculty members
The University of Toronto has several equity offices that provide assistance to community members and counsels University administrators on human rights and equity matters. Each office has a specific responsibility and can be contacted directly by any member of the University. Each office is collaborative and consultative.
UTM Equity & Diversity Office provides advice, assistance, and programming for faculty, students, and staff to ensure an equitable and inclusive campus.
UTM AccessAbility Resource Centre
The AccessAbility Advisors are always available to meet with instructors to discuss the delivery of in class accommodations
Anti-Racism & Cultural Diversity Office provides tri-campus programming, advice, and assistance to faculty, staff, and students on ethnic, racial, cultural and religious differences.
The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) Office focuses on the University’s accessibility as per the expectations set under the AODA. This is a piece of legislation in the Province of Ontario whereby several “standards” assist in fulfilling the goal of making Ontario as accessible as possible.
Family Care Office provides information, guidance, referrals, and advocacy concerning childcare, elder care, integrating work / study and family life, planning for a new child, or any other family-related matters.
First Nations House provides culturally-relevant services to Aboriginal students that support and unite academic success with personal growth and leadership development.
Health & Well-Being Programs & Services addresses issues of health, injury, iullness and accomodation for employees tri-campus.
Indigenous Community at U of Tprovides an overview to the Indigenous community, initiatives, services, and academic programs on all three U of T campuses. This space is a starting point for your journey to discover the vibrant Indigenous communities at U of T. It will lead you to more in-depth resources that have been developed across the three campuses.
Multi-Faith Centre for Spiritual Study & Practice supports students, faculty, and staff in their spiritual and faith-based practices. No matter what your religious or spiritual inclinations, we at the Multi-Faith Centre are here to support you.
Sexual & Gender Diversity Office provides innovative education, programming, resources and advocacy on sexual and gender diversity for students, staff and faculty across the University’s three campuses.
QUTE (Queer U of T employees): U of T's LGBTQ employee resource group
Sexual Violence Prevention and Support Centre provides tri-campus assistance and handles complaints of harassment based on sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression.
Personal and Professional Supports
Employee and Family Assistance Program (EFAP)
Free, confidential short‐term counselling to employees and their dependents for personal, family, legal, and work‐related concerns. 1‐800‐663‐1142 (24/7)