MUTUAL RESPECT. The Commonwealth and the Union agree that mutual respect between and among managers, employees, co-workers and supervisors is integral to the efficient conduct of the Commonwealth’s business. Behaviors that contribute to a hostile, humiliating and/or intimidating work environment, including abusive language or behavior, are unacceptable and will not be tolerated. Employees who believe they are subject to such behavior shall raise their concerns with an appropriate manager or supervisor as soon as possible, but no later than ninety (90) days from the most recent occurrence(s). Employees who want to formally pursue the matter must file a written complaint which identifies the behaviors including specific examples believed to cause the hostile, humiliating, and/or intimidating work environment. The written complaint shall be investigated by someone not involved in the matter, who shall make recommendations to the Appointing Authority for correcting any unacceptable and/or unprofessional behaviors identified by the investigation. The Complainant and the Union shall be notified in writing of the steps taken to address the Complainants concerns. In the event the employee(s) written complaint is not addressed within a reasonable period of time, the employee and/or the Union may file a grievance at step III of the grievance procedure as set forth in Article 23, with concurrent notice to the Appointing Authority or his/her designee. If an employee (or the union) requests a hearing at step III, such hearing shall be granted. Grievances filed under this section shall not be subject to the arbitration provisions set forth in Article 23. No employee shall be subject to retaliation for filing a complaint, giving a statement, or otherwise participating in the administration of this process.
MUTUAL RESPECT. The Company and the Union recognize that it is in the best interest of both parties, the employees, and the public that all dealings between them continue to be characterized by mutual respect. To insure that this relationship continues and improves, the Company and the Union and their respective representatives at all levels will apply the terms of this Contract fairly in accord with its intent and meaning, and consistent with the Union’s status as the exclusive bargaining representative of all employees in the unit. Each party shall bring to the attention of all employees in the unit, including new hires, their purpose to conduct themselves in a spirit of responsibility and respect and of the measures they have agreed upon to insure adherence to this purpose.
MUTUAL RESPECT. Employees and managers shall treat each other, and all others, with dignity and respect.
MUTUAL RESPECT. The District and the Union support a working environment in which all workers can work in an atmosphere of mutual respect and trust. In the event that either party identifies a specific incident in which an individual or group of individuals believes that they have not been treated respectfully, the District and the Union will meet to discuss the issue and determine an appropriate course of action. Complaints brought forward under this provision and the actions taken to resolve the issues, shall not be grieved under the provisions of Article 12 of this Agreement.
MUTUAL RESPECT. Section 1. The Employer, the Union and the employees agree that all dealings between the parties shall be conducted with mutual respect.
MUTUAL RESPECT. Section 1. The Employer and the Union agree that mutual respect between and among managers, faculty, employees, co-workers and supervisors is integral to the efficient conduct of the University’s business. Behaviors that contribute to an intimidating work environment, such as abusive language or behavior, are unacceptable and will not be tolerated.
MUTUAL RESPECT. 30.01 The Employer and the Union recognize that all employees have the right to work in an environment characterized by mutual respect, and are committed to ensuring a workplace that is free from harassment, discrimination and work place violence. The Employer and the Union will not tolerate harassment in the workplace, and maintains a zero tolerance position with regards to harassment, discrimination or violence in the workplace. It is defined in the Ontario Human Rights Code as “engaging in a course of vexatious (degrading) comment or conduct that is known or ought reasonably to be known to be unwelcome”.
MUTUAL RESPECT. Teachers and administrators shall exhibit mutual respect for one another particularly when students and/or parents are present.