8.12 Policy Violations and Resulting Disciplinary Actions

(Amended 7/1/17)

Effective July 1, 2017, this policy has been revised. For individual changes, see the redlined version.

Violations of this policy may include but are not limited to concealing a conflict-of-interest relationship or willful failure or refusal to cooperate with an approved management plan. Violations of this policy are deemed a serious violation of policies governing employment and may subject the employee to disciplinary action.

Any proposed disciplinary actions resulting from violations of this policy:

  1. by persons holding faculty appointments will be governed by III-29 Faculty Dispute Procedures and the portion of the procedures dealing with faculty ethics (III-15);
  2. by staff members will be governed by applicable Regent Merit System Rules and University policies, including III-16 Ethics and Responsibility Statement for University Staff, and the applicable grievance procedures, including III-28 Conflict Management Resources for University Staff.

 

(See also II-18 Conflicts of Commitment and Interest.)