Anti Harassment and Bullying
- Work-life balance
- Pay and Contract Types
- Personal Development Review
- Grading and Regrading Procedure
- Reward and Recognition
- Equality and Diversity
- Anti Harassment and Bullying
- Personnel Staff
- Forms and Guidance
- 2018 RDM Experience Surveys
From Hugh Watkins, Head of Department,
Zero tolerance to bullying and harassment is an essential requirement for a happy and healthy working environment, ie a workplace in which we all treat each other with mutual courtesy, respect and consideration, regardless of gender or status. This is a responsibility that we must all share.
Our Silver Athena SWAN action plan includes a commitment to champion a culture of dignity and respect in RDM, where positive behaviour is recognised and there is zero tolerance of harassment and bullying.
As part of a major initiative within the Department we commenced awareness training for Senior Staff, Group Leaders and Line Managers in 2016/17, and this is ongoing. The Department has 22 trained Harassment Advisors who are available to talk to at any time.
I am committed to ensuring any form of harassment will not be tolerated and should be challenged.
Head, Radcliffe Department of Medicine
The Radcliffe Department of Medicine is committed to eliminating bullying and harassment and has developed some guidance to raise awareness of what constitutes bullying behaviour, highlight the roles of RDM’s harassment advisors, and promote the support services available to staff and students:
Anti-bullying and harassment training is mandated for all staff within RDM and should be completed either on-line or via face-to-face training sessions when available. Training is valid for three years.