Harassment Policy - Protection Against Retaliation

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Protection Against Retaliation

Every employee is entitled to report potential incidents of harassment without reprisal. No employee who in good faith reports or participates in the investigation of harassment will suffer any retaliatory action. Therefore, if in response to an employee’s report of suspected harassment, a supervisor or other employee retaliates or threatens to retaliate against the employee or his or her job, the affected employee should promptly report the incident(s) to his or her supervisor or, alternatively, to his or her Department Chair, Division Dean, Area Vice President, the Provost, or the Director of Human Resources.

Any questions regarding the University Harassment Policy should be addressed to the Human Resources Department.