CSU Policy on Harassment and Sexual Harassment
The CSU systemwide policy that defines and prohibits harassment in the workplace appears in Executive Order 927. Harassment is a form of discrimination. As such, the non-discrimination policy statements that appear in Executive Order 883 and in the collective bargaining agreements also serve as policy statements prohibiting harassment.
Non-represented employees (e.g., Management Personnel Plan, Confidential, etc.) should reference Executive Orders 883 and 927 for the CSU policy prohibiting harassment while represented employees should reference the applicable provisions in their collective bargaining agreement, as specified below.
- Systemwide Policy Prohibiting Harassment in Employment and Retaliation for Reporting Harassment or Participation in a Harassment Investigation
[Executive Order 927] PDF | HTML
- Systemwide Guidelines for Non-Discrimination
[Executive Order 883] PDF | HTML
- Prohibition Against Employment Discrimination Based on Gender Identity
[HR 2004-12] PDF
- GINA (Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act)
[Technical Letter HR/EEO 2011-02] PDF
|Employee Unit||Collective Bargaining Agreement Provisions Containing Non-Discrimination Policy|
|Unit 1 (UAPD)||Provisions 26.21-26.25|
|Units 2, 5, 7, 9 (CSUEU)||Provisions 25.1-25.2|
|Unit 3 (CFA)||Provisions 16.1-16.2|
|Unit 4 (APC)||Provisions 21.1-21.6|
|Unit 6 (SETC)||Provision 6.1|
|Unit 8 (SUPA)||Provisions 27.1-27.2|
|Unit 10 (IUOE)||Provision 8.1|
|Unit 11 (UAW)||Provisions 16.1 - 16.4|
|Unit 12 (SEIU-Head Start)||Provisions 23.1 - 23.2|
|Unit 13 (ELP Instructors)||Provisions 19.1 - 19.2|
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