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Current as of 9 Feb 22
Q: I am concerned about perceived discrimination in the workplace. Who do I turn to in the event I see discrimination in the workplace?
A: There is no place in our Air Force for discrimination. We have a zero-tolerance policy regarding concerns of this nature and is taken very seriously. If you feel any discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, or reprisal, you may file a complaint of discrimination or raise the issue of discrimination with the Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Office. Additionally, please make use of DLIELC’s command team open door policy.
Your initial contact with the EEO must be done within 45 calendar days of the effective date of the decision action. If you elect to file a complaint of discrimination, you may do so by contacting the EEO at:
1701 Kenly Avenue, Building 2484, Room 138
JBSA-Lackland, TX 78236-5103
Telephone number (210) 671-4284
More holistically and proactively, our wing has initiated a dedicated Community Action Team focused on 37 TRW-specific issues to include enduring resilience programs for members and their families. The 37 TRW CAT meets monthly to help facilitate all four pillars of resilience. In addition, our Wing has also stood up a first-of-its-kind human performance directorate, reporting directly to me, that will focus on all four pillars of resilience and the optimization of our Airmen’s performance.
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