Equal Employment Opportunity

MUW Non-Discrimination Policy (IHL 801.02 and Affirmitive Action)

Mississippi University for Women is committed to providing an environment that is free from discrimination and harassment based upon race, color, ethnicity, national origin, sex, pregnancy, religion, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, veteran status or any other status protected by state or federal law. The University will not tolerate discrimination or harassment in any of its programs or activities and is committed to preventing and stopping discrimination or harassment whenever it may occur at the University or in its programs.

This policy will be interpreted so as to avoid infringement upon First Amendment rights of free speech or academic freedom. A determination as to whether discrimination or harassment has occurred will be based upon the context in which the alleged conduct occurs.

This policy applies to all employees, students, visitors, volunteers, applicants and program participants. Any person who has experienced or observed any discrimination and/or harassment must report it as soon as possible. No student or employee should assume that an official of the University knows about a particular situation unless it has been reported. To make a report, go to http://web3.muw.edu/reporting or contact EthicsPoint (1-877-310-0424) or online at www.muw.ethicspoint.com. Reporters may remain anonymous if desired.

It is a violation of this policy for a supervisor or administrator to disregard or delay reporting an allegation of discrimination or harassment. In addition, retaliation against a person who has made a report or filed a complaint, is a witness to, or has participated in the investigation of a complaint of discrimination or harassment is prohibited.

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Recruiting (IHL 801.05 and Affirmitive Action)

Although the Office of Human Resources has the major responsibility of staff personnel recruiting, attracting new employees to the University is everyone’s responsibility.  Employees are encouraged to tell their friends about working at the University and to refer them to the Office of Human Resources.  Open positions will be posted on the MUW website.

 

NOTICE:  EMPLOYMENT “AT-WILL” - Unless an employee has a written contract for a definite term, employment shall be “at-will.”

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Human Resources

Melanie Freeman
Director

Shattuck Hall

Mailing: 1100 College Street, MUW-1609, Columbus, MS  39701
Phone: (662) 329-7222
Fax: (662) 241-7616

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