About the EEO/ADA Public Access Division
The EEO/ADA Public Access Division of the County of Sonoma is committed to ensuring equal employment opportunity for those in the service of the County and equal access for all persons to the goods and services offered by the County of Sonoma.
Our Ultimate Goal
The County of Sonoma diligently strives to maintain a workplace free of harassment, discrimination, and retaliation. Our ultimate goal is for everyone who works for, with, and/ or receives services from the County of Sonoma to find that our culture is one that is built upon respect, inclusion, and individual dignity.
We Want To Help
County of Sonoma employees, contractors, applicants, vendors:
If you feel you have experienced any form of illegal harassment, including sexual harassment, discrimination, retaliation, and/or bullying in the workplace and seek guidance on the situation and/or to file a complaint, please contact the EEO Division. We want to help.
The County of Sonoma has a zero tolerance policy for harassment, discrimination, and retaliation. This means that we take all complaints seriously and investigate them in a prompt and thorough manner. We work with our departments to resolve complaints and rectify negative workplace situations in accordance with the law, our policies, procedures, and practices.
Resource to Employees
- Providing referrals as needed to support services (i.e. Employee Assistance Program)
- Consulting with managers and supervisors on employee issues
- Ensuring compliance with Federal ADA regulations and State and Federal Equal Employment Opportunity regulations
- Administering the County of Sonoma Anti-Discrimination, Harassment, & Retaliation Policy and Complaint Procedure, including complaint investigation and complaint resolution
- Bi-annual federal compliance
- Mandated reporting to support grant requests
- Providing training to all County employees on harassment and discrimination issues
- Creating customized training to resolve conflict and build stronger teams through enhancing understanding of diversity and inclusion issues
- Facilitating Sexual Harassment in-service training for employees upon department request