Equal Opportunity. Key Personnel Brief. Our Number One Goal - Improve Mission Effectiveness!. Overview. Equal Opportunity (E.O.) Staff Program Objective Scope and Limitations Key Personnel Responsibilities E.O. Office Responsibilities and Services Military Complaints
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Key Personnel Brief
Our Number One Goal - Improve Mission Effectiveness!
73% This Time Last Year
TSgt Jermey Lawley
SSgt Elizabeth Torres
Office located in Bldg. 22005 - Ext. 366-5111/3790/3789 - Fax: 366-4126
Operating Hrs: 0730 – 1630 - Call Command Post after duty-hours to contact E.O. Personnel
Identify and eradicate discrimination, sexual harassment and other E.O. related matters before it impacts Andersen's wartime and peacetime capabilities and provide Team Andersen with training and information needed to meet present and future human relation challenges and goals.
The E.O. Office will inform commanders of problems that may adversely affect member’s behavior, health, duty performance, or mission.
Members are encouraged to use the chain of command to identify and correct unlawful discriminatory practices. This includes processing and resolving complaints of unlawful discrimination and sexual harassment.
E.O. has limited confidentiality and will reveal information only to those with a need-to-know
A federal employee/applicant who believes s/he has been discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age (40 yrs or older), disability (mental/physical) or who believes s/he has been subjected to harassment (sexual or non sexual) or retaliated against for opposing discrimination or for participating in the complaint process. These individuals can file an informal complaint of discrimination. The aggrieved must contact an E.O. Counselor within 45 calendar days from the alleged incident or when they became aware of the discrimination.
Purpose: Assist commanders at all levels in determining their human relations climate.
** UCA Database can provide a combined historical assessment from previous years **
Out & About Program
Purpose: To gather information on Equal Opportunity and Treatment and Quality of Life issues for the Wing, Unit, or appropriate Agency Chief
** E.O. will document and provide feedback to the Unit Commander or Agency Chief **
Special Observance Program
E.O. acts in an advisor capacity only
MILITARY & FEDERAL EMPLOYEES: Race ▪ Religion ▪Sex ▪ National Origin ▪ Color
FEDERAL EMPLOYEE SPECIFIC: Age (at least 40) ▪ Disability
Active Duty ▪ Retirees ▪ Family Members ▪ Federal Employees
WHAT WE DO:
Climate Assessments ▪ Education and Training ▪ Complaint Processing
TSgt Jermey Lawley SSgt Elizabeth Torres
Building 22005 (Former Airman’s Attic/Same building as Drug Demand Reduction)
Phone: DSN 366-5111 / 3790 / 3789 Commercial (671) 366-3789 ▪ FAX: (671)-366-4126
Duty Hours: 0730 – 1630, please call Command Post after duty-hours
USAF Discrimination & Sexual Harassment Hotline
Toll Free: 888-231-4058
Commercial: 210-565-5214/ DSN: 312-665-5214
FOR MORE DETAILED INFORMATION PLEASE SEE ATTACHED “EO FLYER NOTES” OR VISIT:
Please call, email, or visit our office, or request an on-site visit from our office, if you have questions.