Individuals from various racial, cultural, and educational backgrounds have chosen to live here.
Our County workforce is to reflect the community we serve. To that end, County Department Heads are committed to being proactive in their recruitment programs. One goal is to take advantage of the wealth of talent and innovations that are inherent in individuals from various backgrounds.
The Office of Diversity works with all Departments and the County's Office of Human Resources to develop and/or enhance programs, policies and procedures that support equal employment opportunities for all.
Diversity in Employment
To provide services to all County departments, various community groups and to county citizens to enhance the organizational goal to have a workplace that reflects the community. To assist in promulgating policies/work rules that do not undermine this goal. Take steps to ensure that there are no artificial barriers in recruitment/hiring policies and processes; promotions; or to the full enjoyment of all other terms and conditions and benefits of employment. To be proactive in promoting diversity in employment competencies in the areas of policymaking, training, community outreach efforts and conflict resolution.
Title VII and ADA Compliance
The OOD provides services to all County Departments and citizens involving compliance with all Federal and State fair employment laws (non-discrimination laws: e.g., Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as amended; the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990); Title VI and Section 504/Title II. The work of the OOD includes facilitating training, investigation of complaints, assessing employee ADA accommodation needs, and interacting with Fair Employment Practice Agencies.
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Promoting the value found in a diverse workforce: