Nobody likes having an adversarial relationship with a colleague. Research shows that stressful relationships with supervisors or coworkers can impact an individual emotionally and physically—both at work and off campus.
Given the size, structure and diversity of SCCC, it’s inevitable that conflicts will sometimes arise, so the FA has established the Conflict Mediation Program (CMP) to help develop positive, proactive and participant-driven solutions.
The CMP provides a safe, confidential space for faculty to manage and potentially resolve conflict between members or between our members and other college personnel, such as administrators or support staff.
What is mediation?
Who are the mediators?
Thirteen FA members have undergone intensive training to serve as mediators:
How do I request mediation?
Faculty who wish to request mediation should contact Dante Morelli at 451-4963.
New York state has a toll-free hotline to report incidents of discrimination, bias-motivated threats, harassment and violence. The hotline allows people to file a complaint with the Division of Human Rights by calling (888) 392-3644 during weekday business hours.