The University’s efforts to resolve discrimination grievances begin at the informal stage, which:
provides an informal setting for
the review of issues surrounding the grievance;
provides a forum for the free
exchange of concerns by parties involved in the grievance;
promotes communications to
establish better working relationships between parties involved in the
resolves the grievance at an
early stage, if possible.
If the grievance is not resolved during an informal hearing an employee has
the option of requesting a formal hearing.
To view additional information on Grievances and Resolutions, please visit http://www.gwu.edu/~hrs/handbook/6.html#6.2.
The George Washington University complies with federal EEO laws prohibiting
discrimination and the District of Columbia Human Rights Act of 1977. Therefore,
discrimination complaints may be based on:
- National Origin
- Sexual Orientation
- Veteran Status
- Marital Status
- Personal Appearance
- Political Affiliation
- Family Responsibilities