What provisions are schools required to include in their codes of conduct?

The code of a college or university is sufficient to meet WRC affiliation requirements if it provides basic protection for workers in the areas of wages, hours of work and overtime compensation, freedom of association, workplace safety and health, women’s rights and gender-based violence and harassment, child labor and forced labor, harassment and abuse in the workplace, non-discrimination, and compliance with local law. Affiliates are encouraged to adopt a code as strong, in all respects, as the WRC model code, which, includes, for example, provisions requiring payment of a living wage and compliance with OSHA health and safety standards. However, this is not a requirement.