Agency-level Human Resources (HR) Departments play an important role in leading and implementing the provisions of the Statewide Sexual Harassment Prevention Policy to ensure employees, supervisors and managers comply with established procedures. This responsibility includes developing internal processes, creating channels of communication for all agency employees, and clearly defining expectations; thereby creating a culture of transparency and accountability.
Each agency is required to designate a Human Resources Contact, which may be the HR Director or another designated HR staff member. The HR Contact, along with an investigator, will serve as primary points of contact with the Office of the State Inspector General (OIG) and with the Department of Administrative Services (DOAS) Human Resources Administration (HRA) regarding the Statewide Sexual Harassment Prevention Policy and Investigation Procedures.
To support agencies' efforts to effectively implement the Policy, below is a library of resources that includes a toolkit of forms and documents, links to information about employee, supervisor, manager and investigator training, awareness materials and FAQs.
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