The PMA Support Group provides a confidential system of peer assistance for PMA members who need advice, information and support to resolve work related issues.
The PDG is an annual feedback process for PMA-Eligible employees and their leaders to discuss performance, work goals, and professional development plans.
The PMA policies and procedures provided here are the most recent versions approved by the Board of Governors or on behalf of the Board under delegated authority.
Subject to plan conditions, dependent children of current, regular full-time PMA employees are eligible to receive tuition benefits for full-time studies taken for credit towards a degree from Western University.
As an eligible PMA staff member, you have access to educational funding for a variety of opportunities relevant to your current or future career aspirations at Western.
The PMA Professional Development Committee hosts events throughout the year. Check out our calendar of events HERE.
Western provides PMA Eligible employees with spending accounts that can be used to cover a wide variety of expenses. These accounts include the Professional Expense Reimbursement Account and the Health Care Spending Account.
The PMA Retirement Gift Matching Program and University Policies and Procedures.
Equity & Human Rights Services supports Western’s respectful and inclusive working
and learning environment.