The Office for Conflict Resolution (OCR) is a resource for non-bargaining unit University faculty, staff, and student employees to help them resolve workplace disputes—either through informal problem-solving initiatives or a peer hearing process. By listening to faculty, staff, and student employment concerns and offering a range of processes to respond to concerns, the office promotes a University culture of engagement and achievement. In FY15, office staff conducted 152 consultations, compared to 144 in FY14. Of these 152 matters, 55 were with faculty members; 41 with P&A employees; 41 with Civil Service employees; 13 with graduate and undergraduate student workers; and 2 were with retirees or people in other employment categories. Thirteen of the 152 consultation matters resulted in the employee filing a petition.