Weber County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Employee Relations/EEO team assures compliance with HR Policy 3-100: Workplace Harassment, Discrimination, and Retaliation.
What to do in cases of harassment, discrimination or retaliation:
EEO complaint process is intended to address allegations of discrimination or harassment based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex (including sexual harassment and sexual orientation), age, disability, pregnancy, genetic information, veteran's/military status, marital status and gender identity. The process is also intended to address allegations of retaliation for participating in a protected activity (e.g. filing a complaint/grievance, appearing as a witness, or requesting ADA or FMLA).
Within 30 calendar days of knowledge of the harassment, discrimination or reprisal, employees or volunteers should complete and sign a complaint form with:
- Any supervisor in their chain of command and/or a supervisor in the employee’s agency
- The Human Resources Director
- The County Commissioners
- Or any of the Department Affirmative Action Representatives
Anyone listed above receiving a complaint shall contact the EEO Manager/designee within one working day of being notified of a potential violation of this policy.
For more information see HR Policy 3-100