Provost Conference 2023 Day 2 - Yes...And: Sustainable and Scalable Approaches to Equitable Workload Reform
From Elise Rosado
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Often when we begin conversations about changing workload policies and practices, we find we have to balance a set of dynamic tensions. How can we add clarity to what is expected without reinforcing a one-size fits all system that does not recognize differences in context? How can we bring relevant and different contexts into view as we assign credit and improve consistency in how work is assigned and rewarded?
In this talk, Dr. KerryAnn O'Meara rejoins us to continue thinking about issues such as invisible labor and/or DEIJ labor as well as transparency and accountability. She shares what she has learned over the last 7 years working with campuses on such reforms. She also shares what workload reform can help us learn about our overall systems for hiring, retention and evaluation that could create more inclusive workplaces.