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The purpose of this handbook is to provide you with information about working conditions, employee benefits, and some of the policies affecting your employment. You should read, understand, and comply with all provisions of the handbook.
It describes many of your responsibilities as an employee and outlines the programs developed by Vanderburgh County to benefit our employees. One of our objectives is to provide a work environment that is conducive to both personal and professional growth.
Nothing in this handbook is intended to, in any sense, constitute a contract of employment. No employee handbook can anticipate every circumstance or question about policy. As the County continues to grow, the need may arise to change the policies described in the handbook.
Vanderburgh County, therefore, reserves the right to revise, supplement, or rescind any policies or portion of the handbook from time to time as it deems appropriate. Employees will, of course, be notified of such changes as they occur.
These policies and procedures apply to all Vanderburgh County employees, except when in conflict with special employment conditions by the appropriate authorities such as collective bargaining agreements. Equal employment opportunity policy: This policy applies to employees and applicants and to all phases of employment including hiring, promotion, demotion, treatment during employment, rates of pay or other forms of compensation, and termination of employment.
The County will take appropriate steps to provide reasonable accommodations upon request to qualified individuals with disabilities so long as doing so does not cause an undue hardship for the County. Any such harassment, whether in the office, at work assignments out of the office, at company-sponsored functions or elsewhere, is unacceptable and will not be tolerated.
Harassing conduct may include, among other things, 1 epithets, slurs, stereotyping, or threatening, intimidating, or hostile acts that relate to race, sex, age, religion, national origin, military status or disability; and 2 written or graphic material that denigrates or shows hostility or aversion toward an individual or group because of race, sex, age, religion, national origin, or disability.
The County is committed to protecting employees from such harassment whether from other employees or non-employees such as vendors, contractors, visitors, citizens, or officials. Specifically included in this policy is a commitment to provide a workplace free of sexual harassment.
Such harassing conduct may include, among other things: Unsolicited and unwelcome demands or requests for sexual favors or social or sexual encounters; 3.
If you believe you or any other employee is being subjected to conduct or comments that violate this policy, you have a responsibility to immediately report these matters to your Department Head.
If for any reason you do not feel comfortable reporting your concerns to your Department Head, you may report your concerns to a member of the Board of County Commissioners.
Supervisors or Department Heads who become aware of any potential violation of this policy must timely report the potential violation to the Board of County Commissioners. Failure to timely report potential violations will result in appropriate discipline, up to and including discharge.
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