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The present strength and future growth of COG depends directly upon the contribution made by every employee of the organization. Good employee relations are essential to high productivity and efficiency as well as individual job growth and satisfaction.
It is COG's policy to be frank, fair and honest with all personnel and to respect their rights as employees. Employees are expected to help achieve mutual respect in all working relationships. It is inherent in our policy that supervisors do all in their power to establish and maintain good working relationships. To work together successfully, each employee and each supervisor must realize that harmonious relationships are not a matter of rules and regulations, but are the out-growth of daily communications and mutual respect for those with whom we work.
In support of COG's employee-management relations efforts, the Office of Human Resources Management (OHRM) administers and coordinates a number of programs and services.
In partnership with staff, OHRM works closely with the following committees.
EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY COMMITTEE:
The EEOC is made up of diverse groups of employees appointed by COG's Executive Director. This committee is composed of five members including the chairperson. The committee meets regularly, preferably once a month. The EEOC evaluates from time to time the sufficiency of the composition of the total agency and recommend any improvements or corrections, including remedial or disciplinary action with respect to managerial or supervisory employees who have failed in their Equal Employment Opportunity responsibilities.
The EEOC has two primary responsibilities:
EEOC's specific activities include the following:
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