1 Harassment and Discrimination Training For Non-Supervisory Employees July 2013
2 At the close of this session, you will be able to: Explain what harassment and discrimination is. State why it is important to prevent harassment and discrimination in our workplace. Understand your responsibilities as an employee under our policy and procedures. Understand your responsibilities as supervisors for handling complaints and assisting in investigations and disciplinary action.
3 Snead State Community College is committed to providing both employment and educational environments free of harassment or discrimination related to an individual s race, color, gender, religion, national origin, age, disability, or any other protected class. Such harassment is a violation of College policy. Any practice or behavior that constitutes harassment or discrimination shall not be tolerated on any campus or site, or in any division, or department by any employee, student, agent, or non-employee on any institution s property and while engaged in any institutionally sponsored activities. It is within this commitment of providing a harassment-free environment and in keeping with the efforts to establish an employment and educational environment in which the dignity and worth of members of the community are respected, that harassment of students and employees is unacceptable conduct and shall not be tolerated at Snead State Community College.
4 A nondiscriminatory environment is essential to the mission of the College. An abusive environment inhibits, if not prevents, the harassed individual from performing responsibilities as student or employee and creates a hostile work environment. It is essential that Snead State maintains an environment that affords equal protection against discrimination, including sexual harassment. Snead State Community College shall take all the necessary steps to ensure that harassment, in any form, does not occur. Employees and students who are found in violation of this policy shall be disciplined as deemed appropriate by the investigating authority as to the severity of the offense with final approval from the President.
5 Employees and students of Snead State Community College shall strive to promote an environment that fosters personal integrity where the worth and dignity of each human being is realized, where democratic principles are promoted, and where efforts are made to assist colleagues and students to realize their full potential as worthy and effective members of society. Administrators, professional staff, faculty, and support staff shall adhere to the highest ethical standards to ensure professionally functioning institutions and to guarantee equal educational opportunities for all students.
6 For these purposes, the term "harassment" includes, but is not necessarily limited to: Slurs, jokes, or other verbal, graphic, or physical conduct relating to an individual's race, color, gender, religion, national origin, age, disability, or any other protected class.
7 Harassment of employees or students by nonemployees is also a violation of this policy. Any employee or student who becomes aware of any such harassment shall report the incident(s) to the appropriate institution official. Failure to act, which includes initial investigation, shall be deemed in direct violation of this policy.
8 Sexual harassment is a form of sex discrimination which is illegal under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 for employees and under Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 for students.
9 Unwelcome sexual advances. Requests for sexual favors. Other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature that affects an individuals employment, unreasonably interferes with his/her work performance, or creates an intimidating, hostile or offensive work environment. When perceived by the recipient that: Submission to such conduct is made either explicitly or implicitly a term or condition of an individual s employment or educational opportunities; Submission to or rejection of such conduct is used as the basis for employment or academic decisions affecting that individual; Such conduct has the purpose or effect of unreasonably interfering with an individual s work or academic performance, or creates an intimidating, hostile, or offensive work or educational environment.
10 Sexual teasing, jokes, remarks or gestures. Pressure for dates or sexual favors. Letters, phone calls, or material of a sexual nature. Sexually suggestive looks or gestures. Deliberate touching, brushes up against, leaning over, cornering or pinching. Being the victim of sexual rumors. Unwelcome acts of sexual nature by a co-worker or a supervisor or a student, such as unwelcome touching, repeated unwanted propositioning, conditioning employment or promotion on sexual favors. Even staring in an intimidating manner can constitute harassment.
11 The most important thing to remember is that is makes no difference what the harasser thought they were doing as in they thought the remarks or gestures were flattering. The only person s point of view in these circumstances is the victim s. If the victim feels it is unwelcome behavior, then it is harassment period!
12 Quid Pro Quo Latin for this for that or something for something Hostile Work Environment
13 Tangible employment action or educational action against the victim. Involves monetary loss, change in job, or impact on grade. Example No. 1 - Mary Smith receives smaller pay increase based on performance than other employees with similar performance because she refused to go to dinner with her supervisor, John Doe. Example No. 2 Tyrone Jackson receives a low grade on his final examination because he rebuffed the romantic advances of his professor Dr. Josephine Wilson.
14 Speech or conduct that is severe and/or pervasive enough to create an abusive or hostile work environment. Example No. 1: Mike Maloney is leering (elevator eyes) at and intentionally brushing against Sally Davis. Example No. 2: Mario Lopez and Carol Freeman work in different departments; however, they often meet each other in the break rooms and lobbies to hold hands and cuddle because of their consensual romantic relationship. Example No. 3: Theresa Short often tells the male employees in her department that they can t relate to students in the on-campus child learning center/pre-school because they are men. Explicit or suggestive items displayed in the workplace that interfere with job performance or that create an abuse or hostile work environment Example No. 4: Lucy Washington has a poster of a scantily clad man in her cubicle that is in plain view of others.
15 Those who commit employees at all levels, customers, members of the same sex. Those who are targeted victims, bystanders and, in some cases, witnesses who are affected by the harassment. Same sex/gender harassment is actionable. Employees need not be of the opposite sex for harassment to occur. The harassment simply has to be based on (e.g., because of) sex. Employee to employee; student to student; employee to student; and student to employee.
16 In the Workplace (e.g., office, laboratory, field, library, etc.) Outside of the workplace Official Business (e.g., business trip, team building retreat, or educational activity field trip, sports team trip, or organizational conference)
17 Retaliation is defined as an adverse action taken against an employee (or student) because he/she complained of harassment or discrimination Adverse action includes demotion, discipline, termination, salary reduction, negative performance appraisal, change in job duties or shift assignment. Anti-discrimination laws prohibit employers from taking adverse action against employees for asserting their rights. When an employee complains of sexual harassment to you or to others at Snead State or to a government agency, you must not take any action that the employee may view as punishment or retaliation for filing the complaint.
18 To succeed in a retaliation claim, an employee must prove the following: That he/she engaged in a protected activity, such as complaining of sexual harassment. That he/she suffered an adverse employment action, such as demotion, termination, change in job duties/assignments, change in shift, etc. That the protected activity and adverse action are linked.
19 To avoid charges of retaliation: Document the reason for any employment action against an employee or educational action against a student. Make sure that the documentation shows no discriminatory reason for the adverse action. Do NOT take any adverse action against an employee who has complained of sexual harassment without discussing with and obtaining approval from the HR Director
20 Engage in professional conduct (e.g., words, actions, attire, etc.) at all times. Physical contact with others should be limited to a customary business handshake. Do not discuss details of your personal romantic life. Do not ask colleagues or students about details of their personal romantic life. Do not refer individuals by terms of endearment or pet names (e.g., dear, sweetheart, sweetie, baby, boo, main squeeze, etc.) - refer to individuals in a professional manner only (e.g., Dr. Smith, Ms. Jackson, or Mr. Freeman). Do not tell jokes or stories or make casual remarks of a sexual, racial, religious nature. Adhere to all workplace laws and Snead State policies at all times.
21 Follow some simple guidelines, ask the following questions: Would I say or do this in front of my spouse or mother or minister? Would I say or do this if it were to be reported in the newspaper or on TV? Would I say or do this to a member of my same sex, race or ethnic group in exactly the same way? Does it follow the Golden Rule? How would I feel if done to me? How would I feel if this were said or done to my wife/husband, girlfriend/boyfriend, mother/father, daughter/son or sister/brother?
22 Why is it important to prevent sexual harassment in our workplace? Sexual harassment harms us all. The most important part of Snead State personnel values is to ensure all employees are treated professionally with respect, and dignity. The College has policies prohibiting all forms of unlawful discrimination and harassment. Engaging in, condoning, or not reporting sexual harassment is in direct conflict with our values and violates federal law as well as Snead State s antiharassment policies.
23 Quid Pro Quo Liability for the employer may be under federal or state law or civil litigation Snead State is always responsible for harassment by a supervisor that results in a tangible employment action such as a hiring, firing, promotion, demotion, change in pay or benefits, and work duties. This would be the Quid Pro Quo type of sexual harassment. Hostile Work Environment If the harassment does not result in a tangible employment action, Snead State may still be liable unless it proves that: It exercised reasonable care to prevent and promptly correct any harassment. The employee alleging unlawful harassment unreasonably failed to complain to management or to avoid harm otherwise.
24 All personnel shall be aware that any romantic relationship (consensual or otherwise) or any otherwise inappropriate involvement with another employee or student makes them liable for formal action against them if a complaint is initiated by the aggrieved party in the relationship. Even when both parties have consented to the development of such a relationship, it is the supervisor in a supervisor-employee relationship, the faculty member in a faculty-student relationship, or the employee in an employee-student relationship who shall be held accountable for unprofessional behavior.
25 Know and comply with our policy and procedures. Report incidents that you experience directly or witness immediately. Cooperate with investigations. Support alleged victims. Do not isolate the alleged harasser. Maintain confidentiality of all parties and the investigation. DO NOT engage in any form of retaliation.
26 Sexual harassment is: Unwelcome sexual advances. Requests for sexual favors. Other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature that affects an individuals employment, unreasonably interferes with his/her work performance, or creates an intimidating, hostile or offensive work environment. There are two forms of sexual harassment: Quid Pro Quo (Latin for this for that or something for something ) Hostile Work Environment Harassment: It is important to prevent sexual harassment in our workplace because it harms us all. It conflicts with our value that all employees are treated with respect and dignity. Sexual harassment is illegal under federal and state laws.
27 Your responsibilities regarding prevention of sexual harassment at Snead State are to: Know and comply with our policy and procedure. Report incidents that you experience directly or witness to your supervisor and/or the HR Director. Cooperate with investigations. Maintain confidentiality of parties and investigations.
28 A copy of the Harassment and Discrimination Policy is available in the Human Resources Office Page 9 of the Personnel Handbook (Policy )
29 If you have any questions or complaints, please contact Human Resources (256) or McCain Center, Room 115
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