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Unwelcome behavior pervasive or severe enough that a reasonable person would find hostile and/or intimidating or affects the employee’s well-being and safety in the workplace is unacceptable.

However, the employee is free to note any other behavior or communications that may be considered hostile or intimidating during this time, and it may be considered during the formal process, below.If a complaint about unwelcome behavior is being handled informally, and there is a dispute about whether the alleged behavior constitutes a violation of these rules, the person or body handling the matter will seek advice from the OHR and inform those concerned.Please note that if the result of the informal process is not viewed as favorable to the employee, the employee may move forward to the formal process.A University Staff employee may file a complaint with the department chair or unit head.Such conduct also may impede an individual’s professional and personal growth and fulfillment.

A person or a group can perpetrate this behavior and need not have more years of service than or be a supervisor to the target. The policy is not intended to constitute a general civility code addressing ordinary stresses of the workplace, such as occasionally insensitive language or behavior.The Office of Workforce Relations provides information and support based on University policy and practice, and assists individuals when considering the best course of action for their specific a civil law term that refers to the behavior of an individual in a workplace that creates an environment that makes work difficult or uncomfortable for another person.Luis Pinero, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Workforce Equity/Director 179A Bascom Hall, 608-263-2378 The Office for Equity and Diversity (OED) is available to provide advice and support having to do with hostile and intimidating behavior, along with other forms of discrimination or prohibited harassment.Michael Bernard-Donals, Vice Provost for Faculty and Staff 125 Bascom Hall, 608-262-9314 Sherry Boeger, Director 226 Lowell Center, 608-263-2987 Contact 608-265-9992 or [email protected] 223-225 Lowell Center, 610 Langdon Street (For students) Contact 263-5700 or [email protected] Amy Kuether, Director of Academic Services 265-0519 or [email protected] Sheehan, Director of Workforce Relations 21 North Park Street, 608-262-3927 or [email protected] Office of Workforce Relations serves the University community by promoting mutual respect, encouraging a positive work environment, and assisting in resolving workplace issues through proactive intervention.When using the informal process to resolve the conflict, the University Staff member should be prepared to identify precisely the pattern or acts of conduct believed to constitute the violation.