Sexual harassment is prohibited and will not be tolerated at Clinton Community College. Supervisory Responsibilities All supervisors and managers who receive a complaint or information about suspected sexual harassment, observe what may be sexually harassing behavior or for any reason suspect that sexual harassment is occurring, are required to report such suspected sexual harassment to the Director of Human Resources.
Harassment Harassment. Participants who experience retaliation should contact the campus Title IX Coordinator or Director of Human Resources, and may file a complaint pursuant to these procedures. Investigations will be conducted in a timely manner, and will be confidential to the extent possible.
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Discussion: The final Guidance provides additional clarification regarding when a school may be required to remedy the effects on those who have been subject to harassment. Department of Education. He also makes sexually inappropriate remarks about female researchers at a laboratory that was being considered for collaboration.
Accordingly, OCR has developed, in addition to the final Guidance, a pamphlet for conveying basic information regarding parties' rights and responsibilities under Title IX. Harassment is illegal when it is so frequent, widespread, or severe that it affects your job, unreasonably interferes with your work performance, or creates a work environment that is intimidating, hostile, or objectively offensive.
Keep a record of the harassment and other negative treatment. It includes slurs, taunts, stereotypes, or name-calling as well as gender-motivated physical threats, attacks, or other hateful conduct. It is natural to be reluctant to talk about harassment, due to embarrassment or for other reasons, like fear that you might be punished.
Sex stereotyping occurs when conduct or personality traits are considered inappropriate simply because they may not conform to other people's ideas or perceptions about how individuals of a particular sex should act or look. All Rights Reserved.
Sexual or discriminatory displays or publications, such as: Displaying pictures, posters, calendars, graffiti, objects, promotional material, reading materials or other materials that are sexually demeaning and this includes such sexual displays on computers or cell phones and sharing such displays while in the workplace or classroom.
Create a written documentation of the investigation including the final resolution of the complaint, together with any corrective action s taken. Human Rights Your rights Defending your rights Prohibited grounds of discrimination Employers' responsibilities.
Reporting Sexual Harassment Preventing sexual harassment is everyone's responsibility! This Policy applies with equal force on College property as it does at College-sponsored events, programs, and activities, which take place at off- campus premises.