Equal Employment Opportunity - EEO
Please call the USAG Fort Hamilton EEO Office at
DSN 232-4334 or CIV 718-630-4334
EEO and YOU … What you should know …
Welcome to the USAG Hamilton EEO Website. The attached links may guide you in a better understanding of the EEO process. As in any process, understanding your rights is critical in ensuring that your concerns are address quickly and swiftly by your chain of command and at the lowest level possible. As always we are here to assist you in that process. Remember, each employee has a right to work in an environment free of discrimination and harassment.
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Do you know your rights? Not sure what to do... Is it an EEO issue?
Here are the regulations.
About Equal Employment Opportunity
Note and Disclaimer: The links are specific to US Civilian Federal employees as the military has its own additional regulations that apply.
Federal EEO Laws
Employers And Other Entities Covered By EEO Laws
Types of Discrimination
Equal Pay and Compensation Discrimination
National Origin Discrimination
New Law effective 21 November 2009 on Genetic Discrimination
Information for Federal Employees
How Does the Federal Sector EEO Process Work?
Facts about Federal Sector Equal Employment Opportunity Complaint Processing
Frequently Asked Questions About The Federal Sector Hearing Process
Facts About Federal Sector Alternative Dispute Resolution
What are the steps in the EEO Complaint Process?
EEO Laws and EEOC Regulations
Army EEO Regulations
AR 690-600: Equal Employment Opportunity Discrimination Complaints
AR 600-23: Non-Discrimination in Federally Assisted Programs
AR 690-12: EEO and Affirmative Action
AR 600-7: Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Handicap in Programs and Activities Assisted or Conducted by the Department of Army
AR 672-20: Incentive Awards
AR 690-200, Chapter 254: Civilian Personnel Administration and Equal Employment Opportunity Support
AR 690-950: Civilian Personnel Career Management
Still have questions?
Visit US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission