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7.3 CIVILITY 7.3.1 In order to provide a safe, caring and orderly environment, the School District of Hillsborough County expects civility from all who engage in school activities.
Workplace Bullying Policy: For the purpose of this policy, workplace bullying is defined as, but not limited to, unwanted, offensive, humiliating, undermining behavior towards an individual or groups of employees.
Such persistently malicious attacks on personal or professional performance are typically unpredictable, irrational and often unfair.
The abuse of power or position can cause such chronic stress and anxiety that people gradually lose belief in themselves, suffering physical ill health and mental distress as a result.
Workplace bullying will not be condoned in our District.
According to the NEA’s Office of the General Counsel, there currently are no federal or state statutes that directly address the unique behavior associated with workplace bullying (apart from bullying on the basis of a protected characteristic, which is prohibited under existing civil rights laws).
Strong contract language or workplace policies can provide protections against harassment/bullying of employees.
The remainder of this document contains provisions that locals can consider to protect their members from being subjected to bullying, harassing, or disrespectful behavior on the part of supervisors, parents, co-workers, or students.
Most of these provisions are contained in existing NEA affiliate collective bargaining agreements and the appropriate locals are cited. The examples below provide broad protections regarding the right to a respectful workplace environment.
If an affiliate is not identified, the examples are based on an analysis by David Yamata, J. The School District and the Union agree that mutual respect between and among managers, employees, co-workers and supervisors is integral to the efficient conduct of the school.
Behaviors that contribute to a hostile, humiliating 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 should raise their concerns with an appropriate manager or supervisor as soon as possible, but no later than ninety (90) days from the occurrence of the incident(s).
An alleged violation of the provision is subject to the existing impasse procedures.