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Summary Of Equal Opportunity, Workplace Violence Prevention, Domestic Violence Prevention And Sexual Misconduct Policies TABLE 1 POLICY SUMMARY WEBSITE POSTING POLICY CONTACT Policy on Equal Opportunity and NonDiscrimination Prohibits discrimination on the basis of protected characteristics in accordance with federal, state and local law. The protected characteristics include race, color, creed, national origin, ethnicity, ancestry, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, marital status, partnership status, disability, genetic information, alienage, citizenship, military or veteran status, status as a victim of domestic violence/stalking/sex offenses, unemployment status, or any other legally prohibited basis. about/administration/offices/la/ Policy-on-Equal-Opportunity-and-NonDiscrimination-December42014withprocedures.pdf Dawn Ewing Morgan and Maritza Rivera Office of Compliance and Diversity (718) 960-8111 http://policy.cuny. edu/manual_of_ general_policy/article_vi/policy_6.09/ text/#Navigation_ Location Eric Washington Director of Human Resources (718) 960-8181 http://policy. policy/article_v/ policy_5.061/ pdf/#Navigation_ Location Eric Washington Director of Human Resources (718) 960-8181 http://www.cuny. edu/about/administration/offices/ la/Policy-on-Sexual-Misconduct12-1-14-with-links.pdf Dawn Ewing Morgan, Title IX Coordinator, Office of Compliance and Diversity (718) 960-8111 This Policy addresses sex discrimination other than sexual harassment, gender-based harassment or sexual violence, which are covered by the CUNY Policy on Sexual Misconduct. Workplace Violence Prevention Policy This policy defines violence as any physical assault or act of aggressive behavior occurring where an employee works or is doing work-related tasks. Domestic Violence in the Workplace This policy addresses domestic violence in or affecting employees in the workplace. The University is committed to the prevention of workplace violence and will respond quickly to any threats or actions of violence. There are a range of services available to employees who are victims of dating, domestic and intimate partner violence that affects their employment. Lehman’s Office of Human Resources will help the employee to determine the best use of his/her leave benefits (if needed) and allow the employee to make reasonable changes to his/her benefits wherever available and permissible. The staff will also help employees to identify the documentation needed to support absences from work and assist with safety-related needs at the workplace. Policy on Sexual Misconduct This is the sole policy at CUNY addressing sexual harassment, gender-based harassment and sexual violence. All colleges and units of the University are governed by this Policy. The Policy prohibits sexual and gender-based harassment and sexual violence against any CUNY student, employee and visitor. It also prohibits retaliation against a student, employee or visitor because the individual complained about one or more of these issues or because they assisted someone to file a sexual harassment, gender-based harassment, or sexual violence complaint. Retaliation against someone who participates in the investigation or resolution of a sexual harassment, gender-based harassment, or sexual violence complaint is also prohibited. 4 Vice President José Magdaleno Chief Student Affairs Officer (718) 960-8421 Fausto Ramirez Director of Public Safety (718) 960-8594