Your guide to Oregon state government"s discrimination/harassment complaint process.
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Your guide to Oregon state government"s discrimination/harassment complaint process.

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Published by Office of the Governor, Affirmative Action in Salem, OR .
Written in English


  • Discrimination in employment -- Government policy -- Oregon.,
  • Sexual harassment -- Government policy -- Oregon.,
  • Oregon -- Officials and employees.

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ContributionsOregon. Office of Affirmative Action.
The Physical Object
Pagination12 p. :
Number of Pages12
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15418525M

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Protected activity means: (1) fulfilling the responsible employee obligations described in this policy; (2) filing a good faith Prohibited Discrimination (including harassment and sexual harassment) complaint with the university or with an outside agency; (3) participating as a witness, advisor, etc., in the university’s resolution process or. Policy: 5 of 5 DAS Statewide Policy Policy title: Discrimination and Harassment Free Workplace Effective: /25/08 complaint must be written, signed and filed within days of when the alleged discrimination or. Guide to free and low-cost legal aid, assistance and services in Oregon Welcome to | A guide to free and low-cost legal aid, assistance and services in Oregon Discrimination & Harassment Find out how to file a complaint with the state enforcement agency if you have been illegally discriminated against at work. How to File a Discrimination Complaint Please be aware that there are certain time limits or deadlines to file a complaint, a lawsuit, or take legal action. Most complaint rules have time limits for filing a complaint, so don’t wait to file your complaint later. In general, you need to fileFile Size: KB.

Each state has passed laws and rules to protect your workplace rights: this page covers Oregon employment discrimination. The purpose of Oregon antidiscrimination law is to protect workers in Oregon from unlawful discrimination in employment. Read below to learn more about Oregon employment law and how the law protects you. 1. If discrimination, harassment and a hostile work environment first hand didn't occur directly to you, but you witnessed something and registered a complaint only to have your employment adversely affected, the Law may also protect you. Your report or complaint could be the cause. Your recent charges of discrimination are disturbing. I have received your letter dated June 1, and my office has started investigating your charges of sexual harassment. This office is presently processing your discrimination charge. We have received and are in the process of reviewing your complaint about sexual harassment. management, may file a complaint with that Department. The nearest Department office is listed in the telephone book. The Department will investigate the complaint. If the complaint has merit, the Department will attempt to resolve it. If no resolution is possible, the Department may prosecute the case with its own attorney before the.

COMPLAINT OF DISCRIMINATION, HARASSMENT AND/OR RETALIATION GENERAL INFORMATION Complainant: (Describe the nature of your complaint. Include a description, date(s) of the your complaint to the attention of any other University department or State or Federal agency? Yes. No If yes, please state the name of the University department or. KCC's Discrimination, Harassment, Misconduct complaint provides details about this process. If you or someone else is in immediate danger, call Throughout the process, the college will follow its Administrative Procedures for Student Complaints and Grievances of Discrimination and Sexual Harassment. If the employee makes a complaint with a government agency (either the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) or an equivalent state agency), that agency may investigate. It will probably ask you to provide certain documents, give your side of the story, and explain any efforts you made to deal with the complaint yourself. Know your rights under federal law. Read about the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which protects people’s rights regarding employment, public accommodations, state and local government services, and more. Learn about special accommodations for travelers and voters. Know how to fight job discrimination.