§ 658.411Filing and assignment of JS-related complaints.
(a) JS-related complaints may be filed in any office of the State job service agency.
(b) Assignment of complaints to local office personnel shall be as follows:
(1) All JS-related complaints filed with a local office, and alleging unlawful discrimination by race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, or physical or mental status unrelated to job performance (handicap) shall be assigned to a local office Equal Opportunity (EO) representative if the local office has a trained and designated EO representative, or, if the local office does not have such a representative, shall be sent immediately to the State agency for logging and assignment to the EO representative or, where appropriate, handled in accordance with the procedures set forth at 29 CFR part 31. The EO representative shall refer complaints alleging discrimination by employers to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission or other appropriate enforcement agency. Complaints retained by an EO representative shall be subject to the hearing and appeal rights as are normally provided in accordance with this subpart. The State agency complaint specialist shall follow-up with the EO representative or with other responsible enforcement agency monthly regarding MSFW complaints and quarterly regarding non-MSFW complaints, and shall inform the complainants of the status of the complaint periodically.
(2) All JS-related and non-JS related complaints other than those described in paragraph (b)(1) of this section shall be handled by the local office manager or assigned by the local office manager to a local office employee trained in JS complaint procedures.
(c) Assignment of complaints to State office personnel shall be as follows:
(1) The handling of all JS-related complaints received by the State office alleging unlawful discrimination by race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, physical or mental status unrelated to job performance (handicap) status shall be assigned to a State EO representative and, where appropriate, handled in accordance with procedures set forth at 29 CFR part 31.
(2) The handling of all other JS-related complaints and all non-JS-related complaints received by the State office shall be assigned to a State agency official designated by the State Administrator, provided that the State agency official designated to handle MSFW complaints shall be the State MSFW Monitor Advocate.
Title 20 published on 2012-04-01.
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