Human Resources

Employee Relations

Winston-Salem State University's Employee Relations handles information about a variety of subjects and resources that inform and facilitate a positive employment relationship.

An EAP is an Employee Assistance Program offered by your employer that includes free and confidential assessments, counseling and referrals for you and your family members.

Your employer recognizes that balancing work and family obligations can be difficult and that dealing with personal, legal, financial and medical concerns can be stressful. If left unaddressed, this stress can take a toll on your health, morale and job performance.

As part of you employee benefit package, the EAP provides assistance and resources to help you deal with a wide variety of difficulties. Trained counselors are ready to help you solve your problems so that you can maintain a sense of well-being and workplace productivity. Help for you and your family is just one phone call away.

It costs you nothing, easy to access, confidential, available for you and your family and provides practical solutions and referrals.

It is the policy of Winston-Salem State University (hereinafter University) to provide a means of communication between supervisors and employees and to establish principles of administration to assure a prompt response to an employee’s grievance.
Winston-Salem State University is committed to the principle of equal and fair treatment of all applicants regardless of race, color, religion, sex, disability or national origin.

Winston-Salem State University adheres to an Affirmative Action Plan designed to insure that all present and prospective employees of the University can be assured of equal and fair treatment, in not only recruitment and hiring, but also in promotion, demotion, transfer, layoff, termination or selection for training and development.

The Department of Human Resources and the Affirmative Action Office will assure compliance with Federal and State regulations governing Equal Employment Opportunity.

Winston-Salem State University believes strongly that these actions are in the best interests of the University, our employees, our community and our nation.

Winston-Salem State University

601 S. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive

Winston-Salem, NC 27110

Phone: (336) 750-2000

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