Harassment, whether verbal, physical or visual, that is based on any protected characteristic, is a form of discrimination if it affects tangible work or educational benefits, interferes unreasonably with an individual's job performance or academic performance, or creates what a reasonable person would perceive is an intimidating, hostile or offensive work or learning environment.Examples of conduct that may, depending on its severity, constitute prohibited harassment include (but are not limited to): While the College is committed to the principles of free inquiry and free expression, harassment identified in this policy is neither legally protected expression nor the proper exercise of academic freedom, and will not be tolerated.This Code of Ethics and Business Conduct ("Code of Conduct") is intended to help Graco implement the above policy, and achieve its mission by protecting and enhancing Graco's worldwide reputation as an ethical and law-abiding company.It is also intended to help avoid violations of law that can be expensive and damaging to Graco.Elgin Community College (“the College”) does not discriminate, or tolerate discrimination, against any member of its community on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex/gender/gender identity, age, religion, disability, pregnancy, veteran status, marital status, sexual orientation, or any other status protected by applicable federal, state or local law in matters of admissions, employment, or in any aspect of the educational programs or activities it offers.Examples of prohibited discrimination include (but are not limited to): Additional information regarding the College’s prohibition against disability discrimination, as well as information regarding accommodations for individuals with disabilities, is set forth in Administrative Procedure 3.501 (Individuals with Disabilities).Gender expression is an individual’s characteristics and behaviors such as appearance, dress, mannerisms, speech patterns, and social interactions that are perceived as masculine or feminine.Gender based harassment will exist if an individual is harassed either for exhibiting what is perceived as a stereotypical characteristic for their sex, or for failing to conform to stereotypical notions of masculinity and femininity.
Board of Directors has adopted the following strategic policy statement: Graco will conduct its business ethically and with integrity, and in compliance with all applicable laws and governmental regulations.
It is defined as verbal, written, or physical conduct which refers to race or which communicates slurs based on ethnicity, sexual or religious orientation, or disabilities and where such conduct has the purpose or effect of unreasonably interfering with an individual's academic, social or work related participation in the Illinois Wesleyan Community.
Harassment can include, but is not limited to, hostile or intimidating verbal or written statements or symbols, or physical threats or intimidating conduct that adversely affect the mental or emotional health of the individual or group.
Through these actions, diversity is valued and celebrated on the Illinois Wesleyan campus.
Illinois Wesleyan University does not tolerate harassment based on racial, ethnic, gender, religious or other hostility.
A number of different acts fall into the category of sexual violence, including: rape, sexual assault, sexual battery, sexual abuse, sexual coercion, domestic violence and dating violence.