City of Los Angeles employees are expected to demonstrate sensitivity to and respect for individual and personal differences when working with other employees and the public. Employees must perform their duties in a manner that earns and maintains the trust and respect of their supervisors, other employees, and the public.
City of Los Angeles employees are expected to comply with Federal and State laws and regulations and City policies including applicable mayoral directives ensuring a discrimination and harassment free workplace. Actions that create a hostile, offensive, threatening, or intimidating environment will not be tolerated.
Discrimination Free Workplace Policy
Outlines the right of all City employees to a discrimination free workplace, and their responsibility to prevent acts or speech that are derogatory or demeaning to any employee based on their race, gender, sexual orientation, disability or other protected class.
Celebrates the diversity of the City family, directing that staff receive support through the appointment of EEO representatives in all departments, and mandating the prompt, objective and thorough investigations of all complaints.
SEXUAL HARASSMENT DISCRIMINATION COMPLAINT PROCEDURE
Provides a definition for Sexual Harassment and lays out the rights and responsibilities of employees reporting instances of harassment.