Civil Treatment® for Leaders is a professional development program that provides a comprehensive approach to fair employment practices designed to help leaders learn to deal constructively with employee and student issues and relationships on the job. It provides an interactive, skills-based approach to learning that will help to ensure that decision-making is done in a legal, fair, and reflective manner based on the University’s policies and procedures.
The program covers a variety of topics including: Favoritism and Inclusion, Sexual Harassment, Discrimination, Manager’s Duty to Act, Religion and National Origin, Age, Inappropriate Workplace Communications, ADA Accommodations, Interoffice Relationships, Abusive Behavior, Retaliation, Documentation, Mutual Banter, Sexual Orientation and Workplace Violence.
Civil Treatment® for Leaders will ensure that managers and supervisors are knowledgeable of University policies and procedures related to fair employment and are equipped to act in ways that both demonstrate and establish expectations for employee behaviors consistent with values of civility, dignity, and respect.
Civil Treatment® for Employees provides a comprehensive approach to fair employment practices in the workplace. It is designed to help employees learn steps to follow should an uncomfortable situation arise and provide instructions about the University’s policies and procedures for addressing these situations. It provides an interactive, skills-based approach to learning that encourages all employees to do their share in building a professional, respectful and productive workplace environment free of harassment and retaliation.