A diverse workforce and inclusive environment increases productivity, creates new ideas, performs on a higher level, and enhances Yale’s ability to continue to excel in an increasingly complex, competitive and diverse world.
Diversity is the broad range of attributes, experiences, and characteristics (race, gender, cultural heritage, sexual orientation, physical/mental ability, age, national origin, etc.) that makes us uniquely who we are. At Yale, inclusion means creating a work environment where each person has the opportunity to participate fully to achieve the mission of the University and is valued for their distinctive skills and capabilities.
A range of information, consultation, education, and resources are available to the Yale community on issues related to workforce diversity and inclusion. Policies, procedures, forms and guides are also on hand.
For more information, contact the Office of Diversity and Inclusion at 203-432-9667.
ODI collaborates with departments and individuals across the Yale campus to promote a respectful, accessible and inclusive community for all Yale employees.
Yale is an equal opportunity employer and educator and works to create a discrimination and harassment-free work environment.
Whether supports are needed for self-care, family care, childcare, or eldercare, the Yale Work-Life Program can help.
Yale’s Workplace Accommodations Program can support faculty, staff and applicants with permanent and/or temporary medical conditions.
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion proudly sponsors Yale’s affinity groups, which aim to make Yale a more inclusive and rich environment for all employees.
Learn more about diversity and inclusion topics, join a discussion group, or attend a workshop to improve your skills.
Efforts to promote an inclusive and diverse workplace are supported by many campus departments. Take a look at who is advancing diversity on Yale’s campus.