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HealthCare Volunteer - Non Discrimination Policy
This policy states Volunteer HealthCare's position on discrimination. This policy applies to all HealthCare Volunteer employees, volunteers, members, clients, and contractors.
Our non-discrimination policy clearly states our goal of an inclusive and non-discriminatory work environment in which all employees and volunteers are valued and empowered to succeed. It is each HealthCare volunteer/employees' responsibility to understand the values and approach of our organization in detail and to comply with in-country and online protocols of behavior that respect, nurture, and advance such values and approaches.
EQUAL EMPLOYEMENT OPPORTUNITY
All volunteer should be treated with dignity and respect and will provide equal employment opportunities. Qualified applicants are considered for employment and volunteering positions, and employees and volunteers are not discriminated against during employment with regard to race, color, national origin, citizenship status, creed, religion, religious affiliation, age, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, veteran status, or any other protected status under applicable law.
Health care volunteers believe that the diverse work force helps the organization realize its full potential and the talent of each volunteer brings new ideas to health care volunteer. Our volunteer award program retains and motivates all the employees and volunteers and also attracts the volunteers from all over the world.
All employees and volunteer are encouraged to mention any type of complaints regarding violations of the non discrimination policy with the CEO of our company Neilesh Patel. We will then inform you with the action taken if applicable.
Health care volunteer does not discriminate against people with disabilities as long as the individual is qualified to perform the job.
HealthCare Volunteer also has a harassment-free workplace and volunteer location policy, which prohibits sexual harassment as well as any other form of harassment. Health care management will take steps necessary to prevent sexual harassment from occurring. They should clearly communicate to employees and volunteers that sexual harassment will not be tolerated.