Loughborough University takes the matter of harassment and bullying very seriously and is committed to the elimination of all forms of harassment and bullying. A wide range of cases are dealt with but tend to be mainly student to student or staff to staff issues.
What is Harassment and Bullying?
Harassment and Bullying can take many forms, often involving the abuse of power or position. These terms refer to behaviour which is hostile and/or offensive to the recipient or others, and which unreasonably interferes with an individual's work, academic performance or social life.
Such behaviour can create an intimidating environment which undermines the integrity or dignity of the individual. It is unwelcome and can make an individual feel uncomfortable, unsafe, frightened or embarrassed. Such behaviour may be physical, verbal or non-verbal, but the common link is that the behaviour is unwanted by the recipient or others, is unwarranted by the relationship and would be regarded as harassment or bullying by any reasonable person.
|Kam Bhupla||Human Resources||Tel: 223792||K.K.Bhupla@lboro.ac.uk|
|Lindsey Brown||Human Resources||Tel: 222171||L.A.Brown@lboro.ac.uk|
|Jayshree Lakha||Civil and Building Engineering||Tel: 222601||J.Lakha@lboro.ac.uk|
|Kevin Walmsley||Facilities Management||Tel: 222123||K.Walmsley@lboro.ac.uk|
|Jane McCormack||Wolfson School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering||Tel:227508||J.A.McCormack@lboro.ac.uk|
|Shelly Duckworth||Human Resources||Tel: 228020||R.Duckworth@lboro.ac.uk|
|Chris Dunbobbin||Academic Registry||Tel: 223128|
|Robert Pearson||Academic Registry||Tel: 222230|
|Phil Wilkinson-Blake||School of Business and Economics||Tel: 223134|