Dignity at work and study
Ensuring a welcoming, inclusive and accessible learning and working environment.
Ulster University is committed to protecting the dignity of its staff and students by ensuring a welcoming, inclusive and accessible learning and working environment.
Harassment or bullying can cause personal distress and tackling any inappropriate
The University does not condone any form of bullying or harassment. This is outlined in its Bullying and Harassment (Dignity at Work) Policy and Procedures.
The mediation service is a voluntary process and is a way of resolving conflict between individuals in the workplace.
Advice for staff and students on how to make a formal complaints of bullying or harassment.
These guidance notes apply to paid and unpaid work placements and also to students who are studying abroad.
The University has a comprehensive policy and procedure for dealing with complaints of bullying and harassment in the learning environment.
Guidelines to assist and support any student who believes they may be being subjected to harassment or bullying whilst on a work-based learning placement.
Line managers have certain specific responsibilities in relation to policy and procedure for dealing with complaints of bullying and harassment.
Even if you did not intend to offend anyone, you may find that someone tells you that they are offended or upset by certain aspects of your behaviour, and asks you to stop behaving towards them in a particular manner. This guidance provides tips for dealing with being challenged about an aspect of your behaviour.
External support providers & resources
- Labour Relations Agency
- Equality Commission for Northern Ireland
- Support Helplines
- Beat Bullying in the Workplace
For more information contact Employee Relations at email@example.com.