Policies & Standards

Visitors to Benedictine Campus

Guidelines & required screening process for all visitors to the Benedictine Main Campus.

Anti-Discrimination Policy

Affirms Benedictine’s commitment to non-discriminatory practices in all aspects of employment.

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Benedictine is committed to the principle and practice of non-discrimination and equal opportunity in all areas of employment and other services that affect employees. It is the policy of Benedictine to ensure equal opportunity without discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, marital status, citizenship or any other characteristic protected by law. Benedictine will conduct all employment practices and other activities consistent with applicable federal, state and local laws.

The ability of Benedictine to meet its mission will increasingly depend on and be strengthened by incorporating constructive diversity among its students, clients and staff. Actions on the part of any employee or official of the organization contrary to this policy will be addressed promptly and appropriately, according to current Benedictine disciplinary procedures.

Anti-Harassment Policy

Affirms Benedictine’s commitment to providing a professional work environment free of harassment that maintain equality, dignity and respect for all.
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Outlines Benedictine’s standards of conduct expected of all employees, and lists actions and behaviors that are not tolerated as acceptable in course of employment.

Employee Code of Conduct Policy

Outlines Benedictine’s standards of conduct expected of all employees, and lists actions and behaviors that are not tolerated as acceptable in course of employment.

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It is the policy of Benedictine that employees have an obligation to conduct themselves appropriately in the course of employment, and within guidelines that demonstrate ethical behavior, integrity, civility and dedication to the core values of Benedictine.

The core values of Benedictine – compassionate care, hospitality, and dignity of work – create the foundation for workplace behavior and the professional expectations of all staff. While ideally the core values are sufficient to guide employees in terms of acceptable and unacceptable workplace behavior, this code of conduct highlights areas of particular importance.

Fraud, Waste, and Abuse Policy

This policy provides information about the False Claims Act, establishes the procedures for staff to report any suspected incidents of fraud, waste and abuse, and Benedictine’s process for investigating and taking action of such.

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It is the policy of Benedictine to have zero-tolerance for the commission or concealment of Fraud, Waste, and Abuse.When allegations of such acts are made, those allegations will be pursued to their logical conclusion, including legal action where warranted.

Benedictine Crisis Management

To outline crisis management plans, stages, and actions for any type of incident throughout the organization.

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Families trust agencies like Benedictine to keep their family members safe during their time with us. Thanks to the efforts of dedicated staff and administrators, the majority of campuses remain a safe haven for our clients and students. The unfortunate reality is, however, that schools and workplaces in this country may be touched directly or indirectly by a crisis of some kind at any time. Benedictine has a responsibility to be prepared to respond to both potential and actual emergencies on our main campus, as well as all facilities connected with Benedictine.
Benedictine maintains Crisis Management Plans to:
A. Provide for the safety of clients, students, and staff in the event of a crisis or emergency situation
B. Respond effectively to an actual crisis or emergency
C. Provide for recovery in the aftermath of a crisis or emergency