Harassment is Prohibited in
The University expects all employees to treat each other with fairness and respect.Harassment occurs when employees are treated in hostile, or offensive way.The behavior is not acceptable in any circumstance. Harassing based upon race, religion, color, gender, sexual orientation, age, national origin, disability, or as otherwise stated under Federal, District of Columbia, state or local law, is also strictly prohibited and will not be tolerated.
All allegations of harassment, or complaints of unequal treatment taken seriously and must be brought to the attention of the Departmentof Equal Employment Opportunity. Employees who believe that they are experiencing any type of unlawful discrimination or harassment should bring their concerns to the attention of their supervisors, the Director of the Department of Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), or any member of management.
Retaliation in any form against an employee who reports harassment is strictly prohibited and will result in appropriate disciplinary action for the party found to have retaliated against the employee.
Any supervisor who fails to take appropriate steps to help investigate, process, or resolve a complaint of harassment may be subject to discipline.
What Employees Should Do If They Believe They Are Being Harassed
The University's Response to Harassment Claims
Interim Policy Governing Sexual