What you need to know
- The Department and University have many policies; this induction highlights the ones that you really need to be familiar with. Please take a moment to read through these.
- You may also want to bookmark the full list of University Statutes, Regulations, Policies and Codes of Practice.
Anti-Bribery and Anti-Fraud
The University is committed to conducting its activities fairly, honestly and openly.
Conflict of interest
All University staff and students are required to recognise and disclose activities that might give rise to conflicts of interest or the perception of conflicts and to ensure that such conflicts are seen to be properly managed or avoided.
Harassment and Bullying
RDM and the University do not tolerate any form of harassment or victimisation and we expect all members of the University community, its visitors and contractors to treat each other with respect, courtesy and consideration.
Health, Safety and Welfare
All members of staff are required to familiarise themselves with the University Health and Safety Policy . The University has an Occupational Health Service and an Equality and Diversity Unit which are available to support our staff.
PUBLIC INTEREST DISCLOSURE
The University places the greatest of importance on the integrity of its operations. This Code of Practice aims to assist any member of staff to disclose concerns without fear of retribution, and to provide a transparent and confidential process.
Respectful Behaviours Framework
RDM is committed to fostering an inclusive culture. Everyone should be supported to achieve their full potential and we all play a part in creating such an environment.