Laws, Guidelines & Policies
ATTENTION: COVID-19 UPDATE
Bristol will continue to provide all employees, students and third parties with prompt, fair and impartial investigations of all complaints and allegations of harassment and discrimination. Complaints should be submitted online here.
The college is following the guidance of public health leaders to reduce in-person interactions due to the Coronavirus outbreak. Therefore, to facilitate moving forward with the investigation process in an efficient and safe manner, individuals submitting complaints will be asked to agree to proceed with interviews and meetings being conducted by Skype or telephone. Documents may be submitted electronically.
Investigations requiring in-person meetings will generally be postponed until further notice during this ever-changing time.
LAWS, GUIDELINES & POLICIES
Bristol Community College adheres to the following laws, policies, and guidelines concerning Human Resources:
- Affordable Healthcare Act
- Reasonable Accommodations and Hardship Under the Americans with Disabilities Act
- Massachusetts Community College Affirmative Action Plan
- Massachusetts State Conflict of Interest Law
- Volunteer Services and Activities Guidelines
- MCAD Guidance Pregnant Workers Fairness Act
- MCAD Q&A Pregnant Workers Fairness Act
Reasonable accommodations and hardship under the Americans with Disabilities Act
Who is the appropriate campus employee responsible for the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance at Bristol Community College?
Diversity & Title IX Officer Gia Sanchez is the appropriate campus employee responsible for the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) at Bristol Community College. As you can see from what has been written, the ADA guidelines can be extremely complex. Therefore, if you need additional discussion of these policies and if you have other questions or comments, please feel free Ms. Sanchez by telephone at 774-357-2264 or email correspondence at Gia.Sanchez@Bristolcc.edu. If Ms. Sanchez is unavailable, the Human Resources office may be contacted by telephone at 774-357-2195 or email correspondence at diversitytitleIX@bristolcc.edu.
If you believe you have been subjected to discrimination or harassment because of disability status, race, color, gender, sexual orientation, age, or national origin, you may also submit a complaint online here.