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 Please note that any student who discloses an incident of bullying, harassment or sexual violence will not be subject to disciplinary action by the University if they have engaged in behaviour in violation of the social distancing and public health measures taken in response to the COVID-19 pandemic at the time of the incident or events leading up to the incident.  
The University of Sheffield is fully committed to sustaining a positive and mutually supportive working environment free from harassment, discrimination, bullying and victimisation where staff can work collaboratively and productively together, and where all staff are equally valued and respected. 

If something has gone wrong and you think you have experienced bullying or harassment, Report + Support is a route which you can use to raise concerns and access support.  More information is available for members of staff about how we respond to these concerns in our Dignity at Work policy and the toolkit here

The Dignity at Work toolkit includes definitions and examples of harassment, bullying, discrimination and victimisation. It sets out alternative approaches you could take in raising a concern, from informal to formal routes.  It also includes how to obtain support and advice from Dignity at Work Network advisors or routes such as HR or your trade union, if you are a member. 

Whether you choose to report through Report + Support or follow the routes outlined in the Dignity at Work toolkit, we want to ensure you access the support you need. 

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