Protection from Retaliation
The purpose of this web page is to provide links to all the applicable policies and procedures on protection from retaliation at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth), as well as general information on reporting suspected retaliation.
The policies below are designed to foster the University’s commitment to compliance with applicable laws and regulations governing the University and its operations. It ensures that members of the University community who, in good faith, raise a concern regarding an actual or potential compliance issue are not subject to any form of retaliation. For more information, you may contact the Institutional Compliance at 713-500-3294.
UTHealth Protection From Retaliation Policies And Procedures
- HOOP 108, Protection from Retaliation
- HOOP 109, General Standards of Conduct
- HOOP 146, Employee Grievances
- HOOP 39, Violence Free Workplace
- HOOP 183, Equal Opportunity, Discrimination and Harassment
- University of Texas UTS 131: “Protection from Retaliation for Reporting Suspected Wrongdoing”
How To Report Suspected Retaliation
A complaint alleging retaliation must be submitted in writing to the Office Institutional Compliance. There are several reporting options for a person to report suspected retaliation as indicated here.
If a person believes that the alleged retaliation is significant or widespread or applies to The University of Texas System as a whole, or if a person is uncomfortable reporting the matter to UTHSC-H as a whole, a person may submit a report to the: