The University of North Carolina at Charlotte is committed to providing an environment for all employees and students which is fair, humane, and respectful that supports and rewards employee and student performance on the basis of relevant considerations such as ability and effort. Conduct that inappropriately calls attention to a person's race, sex, religion, national origin, age, color, disability, or genetic information, especially when it asserts that it is relevant to employee or student performance, is damaging to that environment.
See the state policy on Unlawful Workplace Harassment and the Grievance and Appeals Procedures for SHRA Employees.
Supervisors and Employees
The following Skillport courses are helpful educational tools that are available to assist in your understanding of harassment so you are able to recognize harassing conduct, take appropriate action, and prevent this type of behavior from occurring.
- Harassment in the Workplace
- Workplace Harassment for Employees
- Workplace Harassment for Supervisors and Managers
- Managing Workplace Harassment Complaints Simulation
- Employee Sexual Harassment Awareness
- Dealing with Sexual Harassment Simulation
- Managing Sexual Harassment Problems Simulation
Please consult with an Employee Relations representative if you have any questions or concerns regarding harassment.