First off, thank you for being a part of the CLUE team. Your contributions support the university and its students in an extremely important way. In that vein, this page provides you with resources important to your employment at the UW. Please take time to review this information. If you have further questions or would like to share some resources we should provide here, please contact the CLUE Program Manager.
CLUE is committed to providing access and reasonable accommodation in its services. All CLUE Instructors should be aware of and utilize the UW's DO-IT program. DO-IT (Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking, and Technology) is a great resource—serving to increase the success of people with disabilities in college and careers and promoting the use of accessible information technology and universal design.
Employment and Union Resources
Please use the following resources to learn more about your employment rights at the UW.
- The Human Resources website is UW's main gateway to information about benefits, compensation, employment, training and development, and labor relations.
- The International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW), AFL-CIO Local 4121 represents approximately 4,000 Academic Student Employees (ASEs) at the University of Washington. This includes Research Assistants, Staff Assistants, Teaching Assistants, Reader/Graders, Tutors, and Fellows and Trainees who do similar work.
- UW Labor Relations and Human Resources partners with all support groups, such as Benefits, Compensation, Planning & Budgeting, and Payroll to ensure that we are continually addressing questions and resolving open issues related to the UW/UAW contract (e.g. your employment at this university).
If you have specific questions about your CLUE payroll or paperwork, please contact our fiscal specialists:
Nanette Rosenthal (for non-student employees)
Mike Hollinger (for student employees)
If you have questions for your supervisor, please contact Adiam Tesfay.