Employees, Fellows, External Researchers, and Personnel from Staff Agencies.
Bullying is any ongoing antisocial or unreasonable actions that offends, degrades, intimidates, or humiliates a reasonable person, and has the potential to create a risk to health, safety, or wellbeing.
Harassment involves continued antisocial or unreasonable actions that violate a reasonable person’s personal rights and/or dignity and cause mental suffering, and thus worsen the person’s work environment or make him/her anxious about employment. Specific examples of harassment include (but are not limited to) abusive supervision or other abuses of power in an organizational or academic setting, and are not limited to actions by supervisors.
39.9.4 Sexual Harassment
Sexual Harassment is harassment of a sexual nature, whether between individuals of the same or different sexes. The misuse of power in a manner that has sexual overtones is also considered as Sexual Harassment.
39.9.5 Academic Harassment
Academic Harassment is the misuse of power or authority by an employee, student, or faculty member towards another individuals in a research or educational setting.
39.9.6 Power Harassment
Power Harassment is the misuse of authority, status, or hierarchy by an employee or faculty member towards another individual, which offends, degrades, intimidates, or humiliates a reasonable person, and has the potential to create a risk to health, safety, or wellbeing.