THIS POLICY APPLIES TO CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATES ONLY
TrueBlue, Inc. is committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all persons regardless of race, color, gender, sex (which includes pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding, and medical conditions related to pregnancy, childbirth or breastfeeding), creed, religion, religious creed (including religious dress and grooming practices), age (40 or over), marital or family status, denial of family and medical care leave, medical condition (cancer and genetic characteristics) national origin (including language use restrictions), citizenship, mental or physical disabilities, veteran and military status, ancestry, citizenship, HIV and AIDS, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, genetic information, on-the-job-injuries, or assertion of any other legally enforceable rights.
Equal opportunity in employment extends to all aspects of the employment relationship including applying and advancement. TrueBlue complies with federal, state and local equal employment opportunity laws and strives to keep the workplace free from all forms of discrimination. TrueBlue considers discrimination in all forms to be a serious offense.
Employees have several options for reporting discrimination and/or retaliation including calling ComplianceAlert at (855) 70-Alert, using TrueBlue’s on-line reporting system at TrueBlueComplianceALERT.com and/or contacting any member of the Human Resources Team at (800) 610-8920.
Employees who witness or believe that they have been subject to prohibited discrimination and/or retaliation should immediately report the incident using one or more of the reporting options described above.
Employees following this complaint procedure are protected against illegal retaliation by the Company and by any employee, manager/supervisor or by any vendor doing business with the Company. Generally, any reported violations (written and/or verbal) of EEO law or this policy will be promptly, timely, thoroughly, and objectively investigated. Upon the completion of the investigation, the results may be communicated to the employee who filed the complaint. Employees found to have engaged in discriminatory conduct or retaliation will be subject to immediate disciplinary action, up to and including possible termination.
Updated May 3, 2016