Duty of Employees

Duty of Employees to Report Harassment

To assist UNCSA in preventing all levels of harassment, all members of the University community are encouraged to report harassment of others that they witness, perceive, or otherwise know about. ALL UNCSA employees have specific duties to reporting the harassment of others.

The duties in this section apply to all employees at UNCSA who have received reports of harassment or who have witnessed harassment and to all employees who supervise others who have received reports of harassment, witnessed harassment, or otherwise have any knowledge of conduct that could be in violation of UNCSA Prohibited Harassment Policy.

If an employee learns of conduct other than through the person being harassed, they should contact a person on the Title IX contact list for advice on how to proceed.

If you believe that you are a victim, or have witnessed or have knowledge of conduct that could be a violation of this policy, the employee must immediately contact any individual on the Title IX contact list.

Individuals who violate the reporting requirements in this provision will be subject to appropriate discipline/corrective action.

A reporting party who is intentionally dishonest in making the allegations or who acted maliciously is subject to appropriate discipline/corrective action.