Retaliation For Filing Discrimination or Harassment Complaints
California and federal laws, as well as CSU policy, prohibit retaliation against any person who has filed a complaint of unlawful discrimination or harassment, or who has reported, opposed or participated in an investigation regarding such practices.
Represented employees who believe they have been retaliated against for complaining about unlawful discrimination or harassment may use the appropriate complaint procedure provided for their bargaining unit. Non-represented employee may use the procedure in Executive Order 928 (.pdf).
Discussed in this section are:
- CSU Policies on Retaliation for Filing Discrimination or Harassment Complaints
- Complaint Procedures for Discrimination or Harassment Retaliation Complaints, and
- Government Enforcement Agencies with Jurisdiction over Discrimination and Harassment Retaliation.
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