EthicsPoint by NAVEX allows you to communicate your concerns both online and through a hotline. Both options allow you to remain anonymous if you so choose. UNLV has partnered with EthicsPoint to manage the reporting system for us. EthicsPoint has gone to great lengths to ensure that reports entered in the system are completely confidential. Please know that when you use the EthicsPoint reporting system, you can report misconduct that you observe or gain clarity on whether or not something is cause for concern.
UNLV is very interested in resolving complaints in order to create the best possible work environment at UNLV.
Offices That Can Help
The UNLV Office of Compliance was established to ensure compliance with various state and federal laws (federal regulations and related agency guidance) including but not limited to Title IX, EEO/AA laws and the Americans with Disabilities Act. The office is charged with all investigations into complaints of discrimination and/or sexual harassment. Call 895 – 4055.
The Employee Relations group within Human Resources is available to help employees and supervisors understand avenues to address their issues, complaints or grievances. For administrative faculty, Employee Relations manages the peer review process for evaluation disputes. Call 895 – 5817.
The Office of Faculty Affairs (OFA) is available to counsel employees and supervisors on the stages and filing of a conduct complaint under Title 2, Chapter 6 of the NSHE Code (“Chapter 6”). Additionally, OFA facilitates appointment of an ad hoc Administrative Code Officer (ACO), if necessary, and coordinates the disciplinary process in matters that may involve potential sanctions of Chapter 6 suspension, restitution or termination. Call 895 – 3496.
The UNLV grievance process and receipt of grievance materials is coordinated by the chair of the Faculty Senate. Additionally, the Chair and Senate staff is available to counsel employees about the grievance process and administrative processes that must be exhausted prior to using the grievance process. Call 895 – 3689.
The UNLV Ombuds panel is designed to help those with unresolved issues with managers or colleagues to find useful resolutions, and create additional ways to identify opportunities for training and support services across campus.
Disclaimer: This condensed information guide is intended to explain in a straightforward manner the processes you should follow if you think you have grounds for any of the actions described.
This is a guidance document only and should not be relied upon exclusively. The guide should be read along with the relevant section of the NSHE Code, NSHE Handbook and/or UNLV Bylaws.