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Responsible Employees (Excludes Counseling and Health Positions)

All Clarkson Employees are considered responsible employees and must disclose reports of harassment and discrimination to the University. In addition, all employees are required to participate in annual training on these issues. 

You are a non-confidential personnel unless otherwise designated.  

If someone begins to disclose you, you must make the following statements to the reporting individual:

You must make them aware you are a non-confidential employee.

That means you must make them aware of the following before they disclose. They may choose to report or not report. If they choose to report, they can report to any of the following university resources: campus safety, the dean of students, human resources, the chief inclusion officer, or the coordinator who overseas the particular issue they're reporting. In addition, they may report to law enforcement when the issue is potentially a crime and you should make them aware they we will help facilitate the reporting.

And make sure they are are aware of the following information regarding privacy:

Even Clarkson offices and employees who cannot guarantee confidentiality will maintain privacy to the greatest extent possible.  The information provided to a non-confidential resource will be relayed only as necessary to the appropriate personnel to investigate and/or seek a resolution. This is known as need-to-know privacy.

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-Clarkson University’s Non-Discrimation Policy