Promote, support and educate a diverse workforce to create a work environment free of discrimination and harassment. The Office of Equal Employment Opportunity formulates, directs and sustains a comprehensive effort to ensure fair treatment for civilians and job applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, age (over40), genetic information and physical or mental disability. Retaliation against employees or job applicants for exercising their rights to be free from employment discrimination, including harassment, is prohibited. Any employee, former employee, applicant for employment or contingent worker who believes he or she has been discriminated against in an employment matter has a right to initiate a complaint of discrimination. Contingent workers are civilian workers who are outside of the Army`s "core" work force, such as independent contractors, volunteers, employees of government contractors, individuals participating in training, work-study or fellowship programs, and all other individuals working on Army installations or projects without being on the activity`s payroll or meeting the definition of a civil service employee under 5 USC Section 2105(a) or a nonappropriated fund employee described at Section 2105(c). Employees who want to file a complaint of discrimination and preserve their legal rights must contact the EEO office within 45 calendar days of occurrence. The Installation EEO office is responsible for the administrative processing of complaints of discrimination.
- Conduct EEO and anti-harassment training
- Offer EEO counseling and mediation
- Process requests for accommodation for qualified Individuals with Disabilities
- Conduct staff assistance visits and provide programmatic technical assistance
Fort Stewart EEO Contact Information:
(912) 767-4074 / DSN: 870-4074
Office of Equal Employment Opportunity
954 William H. Wilson Ave.
Bldg. 624, Suite 123
Fort Stewart, Georgia 31314