Johns Hopkins is committed to providing a safe and secure working and learning environment free from violent behavior, threats, bully, intimidation, and any behavior of concenr that contributes to an abusive work environment.
Everyone has a responsibility to behave professionally and foster a safe environment, whether you just started your time at Johns Hopkins, have moved up the ranks, or are in a leadership role. Professionalism can be defined as: each individual taking responsibility for his or her personal choices, decisions, and actions that consistently demonstrate respect, integrity, dignity, and ethical character to others.
What to Look For You may notice a range of disruptive behaviors that has entered the workplace or academic setting.
Johns Hopkins Continuum of Disruptive Behaviors at Work The Continuum includes eight behaviors that range from inappropriateness to physical injury and depicts places for prevention and early intervention.
- Myths about Workplace ViolenceThere are many commonly held beliefs about workplace violence. Here are the facts behind them.
- Who is at Risk?Everyone is at risk to be a victim of violence in the workplace or academic setting.