In the area of social integrity, the UT maintains the highest standards.
Recent developments have made us even more aware of the importance of collectively living up to these values and standards to ensure a safe living and working atmosphere. These cover everything from the MeToo movement and the role of the labour inspectorate to the obligations arising from the Working Conditions Act (Risk Assessment and Evaluation, RA&E) and other developments as regards dealing with transgressive behaviour. It is important to know where to turn, your rights and obligations and the procedures that exist within the University of Twente in the event of complaints, improper treatment or other forms of unacceptable behaviour. All of these aspects come under the banner of social integrity, one of the three pillars in UT's House of Integrity.
Codes of conduct
Reporting irregularities ('KLOKKENLUIDERREGELING')
The regulations, also known as whistleblower code, are listed in the staff manual (www.utwente.nl/staffmanual). Direct link:
You manager is your first point of contact for integrity related questions. If that does not work for you, please contact the HR managers(s) responsible for your faculty/service department.
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