OTC Policy Statement on Affirmative Action/
Equal Employment Opportunity
Consistent with federal and state laws and guidelines established for affirmative action and equal employment opportunity, we would like to affirm this agency's continuing policy to provide equal employment and advancement opportunity in all job classifications of this agency without regard to political or religious opinion or affiliation, race, color, creed, national origin, gender, age or physical disability, so long as the physical disability does not render the person unable to do the work for which employed.
The principles of equal employment opportunity apply to all employment practices and personnel actions throughout this agency, including recruiting, hiring, promotions, demotions, separations, transfers, layoffs (RIF), recall, compensation, benefits and all other terms and conditions of employment. We want to remind each employee that all personnel actions as well as all decisions relating to employment practices are to be made in accordance with the spirit of equal employment opportunity for all.
We have developed an affirmative action plan to help us achieve our goal of equal employment opportunity for all. Ronald J. Henry, located in Room 412, Fourth Floor, Connors Building, Telephone (405) 522-5578, has been delegated the responsibility of implementing the plan, including monitoring and evaluating our progress, and reporting the results to the Administrator of the Oklahoma Tax Commission. In addition, Mr. Henry is assigned to serve as the Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity Officer for this agency. He is available to any employee having questions or needing assistance in regards to affirmative action or equal employment opportunity in this agency.
Our personal commitment to this policy is complete. We expect each and every employee to perform their duties and responsibilities in a manner that will demonstrate this agency's firm commitment to this most important area.
- Signed by Tony Mastin, Administrator of the Oklahoma Tax Commission on September 17, 2007.