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Equal Employment Opporunity

Ohio Shared Services, a division of Ohio Office of Budgement and Management (OBM), is fully committed to state and federal Equal Employment Opportunity laws, which guarantee a workplace that is free of discrimination and harassment.

That commitment, set forth in OBM's Anti-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment Policy, provides the following rights to all our employees and to applicants for employment here:

  • The right to freedom from discrimination in employment;
  • The right to equal opportunity in hiring, promotion, demotion, transfer, recruitment, discipline, layo, rate of compensation, training and all other aspects of the employment process;
  • The right to le a complaint if you believe discrimination has occurred.

 

Discrimination

Discrimination against employees and applicants due to:

  • Race,
  • Color,
  • Religion,
  • Gender,
  • National origin (ancestry),
  • Military status (past, present or future),
  • Disability,
  • Age (40 years of age or older),
  • Genetic information,
  • or Sexual orientation
violates this policy and is illegal under state and federal law.

 

File A Complaint

You can file a complaint with OBM here:

  • OBM's Equal Opportunity Officer:
    Derek Talib
    30 E Broad Street, 35th Floor
    Columbus OH 43215-3457
    614-466-1976
    Derek.Talib@obm.ohio.gov
     
  • The State of Ohio's Equal Opportunity Program Manager:
    Felicia Godbolt
    Ohio Department of Administrative Services
    Equal Opportunity Division
    614-466-7313
    www.das.ohio.gov/eod
     
  • OBM Employees may also file a complaint with
    Your supervisor,
    Any other OBM supervisor or manager,
    OBM's Human Resources Director or Deputy Director of Operations
     
  • OBM Employees can access the full Anti-Discrimination Policy and Anti-Harassment Policy at OBM@Work

How long do you have to file the complaint?

  • Within 30 days of the incident