Last Updated: 02-12-2019
Discrimination, harassment, or retaliation against a public agency employee or job applicant impedes employment opportunities, morale, job performance, and the provision of public services. Such conduct: (1) deters quality applicants from applying to your agency (2) creates a poor public image; and (3) can result in hundreds of thousands of public dollars being spent on attorneys' fees and damage awards, rather than on public services.
This workbook provides information that California law requires supervisory employees receive on the prevention of harassment, discrimination, and retaliation.
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