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WisDOT upholds a nondiscriminatory
workplace. Unfortunately harassment and
discrimination may still occur. We have
systems in place to protect the victims of
harassment or discrimination. The department
investigates claims of harassment and
discrimination. This is typically done by the
Bureau of Human Resource Services.
Employees have the right to raise concerns or
complaints about discrimination or harassment
without retaliation. In other words you will not
lose your job or be demoted because you told
someone about instances of harassment or
WisDOT employs more than 3500 people
throughout this great state. So we depend on
you to tell us if you see or are the victim of any
type of discrimination or harassment. To file a
complaint first talk with your supervisor he or
she will let you know the next step to take.
However, if your supervisor is the person
harassing discriminating or retaliating against
you or your supervisor is in resolving your issue
you should file your complaint with the
affirmative action/equal employment opportunity
program officer or HR Director in BHRS. You
must file the complaint within 300 days of the
incident. Claims of harassment, discrimination
or retaliation are investigated in a fair unbiased
and thorough manner and appropriate action is
taken after a careful review of all available facts.
The affirmative action/equal employment
opportunity program officer will assist you with
any questions or concerns you may have during
Within WisDOT, we have several resources in
BHRS to help you if you don’t feel your work
environment meets these ideas. You may
reach out to any of these resources when you
have questions or issues arise.