Code of Conduct
IP (Intellectual Property)
- Physical damage, injury, or incident that impacts the health and well-being of participants or stakeholders. Typically, accidental in nature.
-Issues involving participant misconduct that include harassment, violence,
malpractice, plagiarism, or any issue with regard to the conduct of the stakeholder during the internship (including pre-post internship). Typically, an intentional act.
-Issues that arise due to Mitacs
policy/protocol that is not available, available but inconsistent, not followed, delayed, and/or misinformed.
-Failure to adhere to Mitacs
recommendations or processes
Mitacs has little or no control but is interested to hear and help the stakeholder involved.
- Complaints, appeals, immigration issues, wrongful termination, if stakeholder wants Mitacs to operate according to their expectations
-AII IP issues need to be dealt with according to Mitacs IP policy.
-Any issue outside the policy would be a grievance pertaining to IP which Mitacs will investigate on a case-to-case basis
-Any issues or disputes arising outside of existing typologies.
E.g.: An intern is injured & hospitalized while playing soccer.
E.g.: An intern sexually harasses a colleague.
E.g.: A GRI intern injures themselves & discovers they do not have health insurance.
E.g.: A CSPF fellow has not been paid by their host office.
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Modified on: Fri, 15 Sep, 2023 at 6:48 PM
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