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Abusive Conduct in the Workplace

The University of California is committed to promoting and maintaining a healthy working environment in which every individual is treated with respect. The Abusive Conduct in the Workplace course will provide an overview of the UC policy by the same name. 

Topics include:

  • Overview (Recognize Abusive Conduct)
  • Prevention (Identify strategies to prevent)
  • Procedures (Follow procedures to report, and be familiar with the University’s response)
  • Resources (Access additional information)

Audience: All UC employees, including student employees

Schedule: Within 90 days of hire

Fulfillment Options:

eCourse: UC Abusive Conduct in the Workplace

More Information

  • A system-generated notification is sent to employees who are required to complete this assignment. An employee who does not receive an email, should check junk, spam, clutter, and other email folders.
  • Employees can also find the course by searching by course name in the UC Learning Center
  • Failure to complete the assignment by the due date will have a negative impact on performance appraisal ratings and merit pay for policy-covered staff. Deans, chairs, and the Academic Senate will be involved to address noncompliance involving faculty.
  • If you experience technical issues with the UC Learning Center, visit the UCLC troubleshooting webpage.
  • For more information visit UC Merced’s Abusive Conduct webpage.