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Welcome to Employee Relations

We are dedicated in acknowledging, understanding, accepting, valuing and celebrating differences among people with respect to age, class, ethnicity, gender, physical and mental ability, race, sexual orientation, spiritual practice and public assistance status.

Corrective Action Guidelines

Corrective Action Process Flow Chart   

Each supervisor or administrative officer has the authority and responsibility to establish and maintain an effective, efficient, and orderly work force of employees under charge.  Generally, an employee recognizes and observes these standards without need for corrective action.  However, when an employee’s performance or conduct is not in keeping with the behavior standards expected of a TWU employee, the supervisor or administrative officer has the responsibility to investigate the situation so that facts are known, and to take actions which provide a means of correction. 

More about Corrective Action Process

Employee Relations Staff

Bob Mabry, Assistant Director of Employee Relations and Title IX Coordinator (faculty & staff)

Tawny Alonzo, Title IX Investigator

Lewis Benavides, Senior Associate Vice President for Human Resources, and CHRO
Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Officer
Phone:940-898-3555, E-mail: 


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