Violence In the Workplace

Violence is behavior which causes harm to a person or damage to property or causes fear for one’s safety or the safety of others. Examples of violent behavior include physical contact which is harmful and expression of intent to cause physical harm. Such behavior is unacceptable in the JSU community. 

Violation: Any JSU employee member who displays inappropriate conduct is subject to disciplinary action up to and including separation of the offending party from the University, consistent with JSU’s disciplinary procedures.

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