TSS - Sexual Harassment Policy

Sexual Harassment Policy

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First Published  :Mon Dec 01 18:29:59 GMT 2014
Last Modified  :Sat Apr 15 21:34:20 GMT 2017
Last Published  :Sat Apr 15 21:34:20 GMT 2017
Summary :  Reference for all constituents of Tufts with questions, concerns, or reports of sexual harassment. Audience: All Employees, Staff, Faculty, and Students

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    The University works to prevent and address sexual harassment through educational programs, training, and complaint resolution. Tufts encourages all members of the University community to report any concerns or complaints of sexual harassment. Managers, supervisors and other agents of the University are required to respond promptly and appropriately to allegations of sexual harassment that are brought to their attention.
     
    The Employee Handbook goes into further detail on what constitutes sexual harassment, who is affected by sexual harassment, what the consequences are of sexual harassment, and where and how to get help if an employee feels he or she is a victim.
      
    Please reference the Tufts OEO Website,  oeo.tufts.edu. Additional resources include the Tufts HR website and the OEO website for policy reference, the Employee Handbook, and the Sexual Harassment Policy.  Contact Nadra at 627-3298 if you are interested in sexual harassment or discrimination training.

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    sexual harassment, gender discrimination, gender bias, misconduct