Albany State University Employees
Doing What's Right
To the Members of our College Family,
One of the most critical challenges our College faces in maintaining our success is preventing losses caused by unethical, illegal or unsafe acts. Each of us shares the responsibility for meeting this challenge.
Fortunately, the most effective way to maintain an ethical, honest College is captured in the phrase, "doing what's right." "Doing what's right" brings out the best in you, your co-workers and your school, and that is why we are pleased to introduce the Doing What's Right program.
Through the program, we will focus on making honesty and ethics an everyday part of the job by encouraging you to make the right decisions when it comes to your own actions and providing you the resources you need to report inappropriate acts to your supervisor, dean or central administration personnel.
While speaking to your supervisor is the most effective way to report dishonest and unethical behavior, we realize it is not always possible to do so. Therefore, we have made arrangements with an independent company to provide a toll-free number for individuals who want to speak up but prefer to remain anonymous. This service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and allows you to voice your concerns without fear of retaliation.
You know the difference between right and wrong, and doing what's right is the most basic and most important way to ensure that our College upholds its high standards; however, we can't do the job alone. Please join us in making the program a success. You'll be "doing what's right" for everyone.
This toll-free number is staffed by Global Compliance, an independent organization operating 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
or feel free to report via the web: