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1.7.1 Sexual Harassment

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Stanford University strives to provide a place of work and study free of sexual harassment, intimidation or exploitation. Where sexual harassment has occurred, the University will act to stop the harassment, prevent its recurrence, and discipline and/or take other appropriate action against those responsible. See also: Sexual Harassment Policy Office website.

2.1.14 Senior Staff

2.1.9 Separation from Employment

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This Guide Memo outlines Stanford University's policies and procedures for carrying out the separation of employment for regular employees and academic staff.

2.1.11 Staff Grievance Policy

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This Guide Memo outlines the policy to resolve staff employee complaints at Stanford through a formal grievance process and is designed specifically for regular employees as defined in the "Applicability" section. The Staff Grievance Process is intended to supplement, not replace, routine and informal methods of responding to and resolving employee complaints.

The Staff Grievance Process is located in the Address a Workplace Concern section of the Cardinal at Work website.

Employee complaints covered by the Staff Grievance Process include written corrective actions that are placed in an employee’s personnel file (e.g., written warnings) and involuntary terminations (including layoffs) only. The Staff Grievance Process does not apply to employee complaints regarding other issues such as performance appraisals, Performance Improvement Plans, compensation/benefits or job classifications. Information regarding resources to address workplace concerns can be found at Address a Workplace Concern.

1.7.4 Equal Employment Opportunity, Non-Discrimination, and Affirmative Action Policy

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The policies in this Guide Memo are fundamental to Stanford University's employment policies.

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