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I am a student and I want to complain about an employee

Title IX Sexual Misconduct complaintsIf you feel you have been the victim of sexual discrimination, harassment, or violence please use the procedures outlined on RCC's Title IX site.

General information and procedure(s) used to resolve disputes.

Be sure you:

  • Work with a Counselor to understand the process.
  • Are aware a Face-to-Face meeting is often required – a Counselor or support person of your choice will be there for support.
  • Have a proposed resolution in mind – work with a Counselor or support person of your choice to identify that resolution.
  • Are aware the process will start with the employee but can work up through supervisory levels.
     

What the process will look like.

  • Initial meeting with Counselor – discuss options and intended outcome.
  • You can select a support person of your choice – this can be a Counselor, Advisor, Instructor, or other person.
  • Direct resolution – Meet with the employee (Counselor present) to discuss problem and proposed resolution – if no satisfactory conclusion is reached proceed to next step.
  • Meet with the Department Chair or Immediate supervisor – Meet to discuss the problem and proposed resolution (Counselor present) - if no satisfactory conclusion is reached proceed to next step.
  • Meet with the Dean of the School – Meet to discuss the problem and proposed resolution (Counselor present) - if no satisfactory conclusion is reached proceed to next step.
  • Meet with the Dean of Student Success – Meet to discuss problem and proposed resolution (Counselor present) - if no satisfactory conclusion is reached proceed to next step.
  • Appeal to VP of Student Services (Counselor or support person present) – decision is final.
     

How a decision is made to resolve the grievance.

The individual employee may - after further consideration - modify their behavior.
If the grievance proceeds to a supervisor they will look at:

  • Statements by both parties
  • Any electronic evidence (emails, texts, etc.)
  • Is the proposed resolution within their ability to grant - which it may not be for Academic Department Chairs
  • Their assessment of the credibility of the parties
  • Any other relevant information