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Employee Complaints

Employees shall not be prohibited from communicating with a member of the Board regarding District operations except when communication between an employee and a Board member would be inappropriate because of a pending hearing or appeal related to the employee.

If an informal conference regarding a complaint fails to reach the outcome requested by the employee, he or she may initiate the formal process by timely filing a written complaint form.

Even after initiating the formal complaint process, employees are encouraged to seek informal resolution of their concerns.  An employee whose concerns are resolved may withdraw a formal complaint at any time.

Complaints alleging a violation of law by a supervisor may be made to the Superintendent or designee.  Complaints alleging a violation of law by the Superintendent may be made directly to the Board or designee.

Complaint forms and appeal notices may be filed by hand-delivery, fax, or U.S. Mail.  Hand-delivered filings shall be timely filed if received by the appropriate administrator or designee by the close of business on the deadline.  Fax filings shall be timely filed if they are received on or before the deadline, as indicated by the date/time shown on the fax copy.  Mail filings shall be timely filed if they are postmarked by U.S. Mail on or before the deadline and received by the appropriate administrator or designated representative no more than three days after the deadline.

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Joel Parker,
Oct 8, 2013, 6:48 AM