Sexual Misconduct / Workplace Harassment
At the university of Windsor sexual misconduct is used as an umbrella term that encompasses all forms of sexually inappropriate behaviour and sexual violence, whether verbal, non-verbal, or physical. This includes, but isn't limited to, sexual harassment, sexual assault, threat of seual assault, non-consensual sexting, relationship violence and gender based misconduct.
If you are a victim or anyone discloses allegations of sexual misconduct to you contact Dusty Johnstone at the Sexual Misconduct Response & Prevention Office at ext: 4550 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For further information visit the Sexual Misconduct Response & Prevention Office website at http://www.uwindsor.ca/sexual-assault/
Workplace Harassment, under the Occupational Health & Safety Act, means engaging in a course of vexatious comment or conduct against a worker in a workplace that is known or ought reasonably be known to be unwelcome. Examples under this definition can include, but are not limited to: bullying, intimidating or offensive jokes or phone calls, displaying or circulating offensive pictures or materials, behavior that intimidates, isolates or discriminates against a worker or group of workers. Workplace harassment does not include legitimate performance management and legitimate exercises of academic freedom.
WUFA members involved in harassment complaints/investigations are entitled to have WUFA representation throughout the investigation process. Members who are complainants, respondents or witnesses are entitled to representation at all stages of formal and/or informal harassment investigation meetings; a WUFA representative acts as a support person throughout an investigation. Please contact WUFA at ext. 3366 for more information.
- Click here to access the University of Windsor Website to view all relevant information regarding the Workplace Harassment Prevention Policy and Program
- WUFA's Workplace Bullying Sub-Committee of Faculty Council