CSU systemwide policy prohibits discrimination in accordance with Executive Order 883 (.pdf) and harassment in accordance with Executive Order 927 (.pdf), based on specified grounds, or retaliation for complaining about such practices or participating in an investigation.
The CSU also has a systemwide policy on disability support and accommodation, which is stated in Executive Order 926 (.pdf). Additionally, the Chancellor’s Office has a Reasonable Accommodations Request Procedure (.doc) and Reasonable Accommodation Request Form (.doc).
CSUEU represented employees are covered by the non-discrimination policy in Article 25 of the CSUEU agreement, in addition to the above policies.
The CSU Chancellor’s Office has adopted the above-referenced Executive Orders 883, 927 and 926, as its own policies. Previous Chancellor's Office policies on these subjects were superceded by the above systemwide policies in January of 2005.
Employees may report alleged violations to their supervisor/manager or to the
following staff members in HR Services: EEO Officer/Interim Director of HRS
Kristy Hawman (ext. 1-4049), Senior Director of HRS
Bruce Gibson (ext. 1-4070).
The Chancellor's Office takes such allegations very seriously and will
promptly conduct an investigation when warranted.
A complaint procedure is available to all employees. Please see Complaint Procedure
Supervisors who receive a report or complaint of harassment, discrimination or
retaliation are required to immediately notify the Senior Director of Human Resource Services.
Chancellor's Office employees may file a formal complaint regarding unlawful
discrimination, harassment or retaliation utilizing the appropriate complaint procedure.
Employees or applicants for employment may file complaints with any of the following individuals in Human Resource Services on the 2nd Floor:
- Kristy Hawman – Interim Director
- Arlene Coronel - Senior Manager
- Bruce Gibson – Senior Director