Employees

Resources and Support During the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency

While many offices on campus and local service providers have moved to remote work, please be assured that we remain available and committed to providing resources and support to our community members impacted by sexual and domestic violence.  Please continue to contact us by email and phone using the information in the Resources section of this site.  In addition to the options and providers listed in the Resources section, Futures Without Violence has made available Information On COVID-19 For Survivors, Communities, And DV/SA Programs.


University Title IX Coordinator

Kimberly Dexter
Executive Director of Equal Opportunity, Title IX, and ADA Compliance

Dwight Hall, suite 207
100 State Street
Framingham, MA  01701
titleix@framingham.edu
508-215-5859

The University Title IX Coordinator has primary responsibility for Title IX compliance at FSU.  The coordinator also does intake of reports and complaints regarding sexual harassment, sexual violence, relationship violence, and stalking involving employees, visitors, vendors, and other 3rd parties and coordinates the investigatory process.  The coordinator can assist in making adjustments to work situations as well as provide a victim's advocate.

Employee Assistance Program

FSU offers access to two Employee Assistance Programs ("EAP"), one for full-time employees and their household members and one for part-time employees and their household members.  Both EAPs offer support and solutions for dealing with work/life issues big and small.  

The EAP for part-time employees is administered by AllOne Health.  For confidential assistance call 800-451-1834.  In addition, part-time employees may access the AllOne Health Work/Life website, which contains a wealth of information and resources. To find out more, logon to the Work/Life Website.  (Please contact HR for password and login information.)

The EAP for full-time employees is administers by Mass4You.  For confidential assistance call 844-263-1982 or visit liveandworkwell.com (access code mass4you).

Domestic Violence Leave

"An Act Relative to Domestic Violence" provides employees with up to 15 days of leave annually if the employee, or a covered family member of the employee, is a victim of abusive behavior.  In response, the University developed the following policy that provides more detailed information about employees’ entitlement to this leave.  
Policy Regarding Domestic Violence Leave 

Public Records Exemption

Under MA public records law, an employee's name, title, salary, and department are considered public information and FSU is required to provide that information upon request.  Exemptions to this requirement exist for employees who are victims of adjudicated crimes or victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, or rape.  Family members of victims who also work for the state may also receive an exemption.  The Payroll Public Records Exemption Form should be submitted directly to the University Title IX Coordinator in the Human Resources Office located in Dwight Hall suite 207.

Local and Remote Resources

Local and remote resources are available to all members of our community.