Volume 3: AA/EEO
Chapter 7: Color Discrimination Policy
Responsible Office: AA/EEO
Originally issued: 1/2/1998
Georgia Health Sciences University prohibits the use of racial and color preference in all employment practices, including advertising, recruiting, hiring, salary determination, leaves of absence, and retirement.
This policy applies to all units of Georgia Health Sciences University and at all times.
Reason For Policy
State and federal laws exist to prevent job discrimination based on color. This policy is in compliance with all state and federal laws, rules, orders, and regulations regarding color discrimination, and complies with federal laws affecting discrimination when conflicts occur with state or local laws.
Entities Affected By This Policy
All units of Georgia Health Sciences University are covered by this policy.
Who Should Read This Policy
All employees of Georgia Health Sciences University should be aware of this policy. All employees who are involved with hiring other employees must be aware of and follow this policy.
|Director AA/EEO||706-721-7782, CJ email@example.com,|
|Specialist||706-721-7782, CJ 2117||http://www.georgiahealth.edu/aaeeo/staff|
The use of racial or color preference in all employment practices of Georgia Health Sciences University is prohibited. The institution strictly adheres to this formal policy and practices equal employment opportunity measures for persons of all colors.
This policy is in compliance with all state and federal laws, rules, orders, and regulations regarding racial and color discrimination, and complies with federal laws affecting discrimination when conflicts occur with state or local laws.
Georgia Health Sciences University prohibits the use of racial or color preference when advertising for, recruiting, and hiring new employees. No positions exist at Georgia Health Sciences University with any bona fide occupational requirements based on color.
Leave of Absence
All institutional policies regarding leave of absence apply equally to all employees regardless of color.
Retirement benefits are offered to all employees without regard to color.
Salaries are determined without regard to color.
In the event an employee feels that he/she has been discriminated against based on color, the employee should contact the AA/EEO Office (706-721-7782) and ask for the Director or the AA/EEO Specialist.
The responsibilities each party has in connection with ARSA Policy 3.07, Color Discrimination Policy, are:
|Director AA/EEO OfficeAA/EEO Specialist||To ensure that color discrimination does not exist at Georgia Health Sciences University|