Equal Employment Opportunity Plan (EEOP)
An Equal Employment Opportunity Plan is an analytical tool that compares an organization's work force against the work force available in that community. Ideally, an entity's work force should roughly reflect that available work force.
In most categories, amongst most occupational groups, Lee County's work force is fairly representative of the community's available work force. In those few instances where it does not align, the EEO Plan includes steps to be taken to reach full use of the available work force.
Report of County Workforce
Employees or applicants for employment having reason to believe they may have been subjected to discrimination prohibited by EEO statutes and regulations are urged to bring those concerns to the attention of their immediate supervisor, department director, the Director of Human Resources or designee(s), the Lee County EEO Coordinator, or the County Manager, as appropriate, as provided in the Lee County Policies and Procedures Manual and detailed in Section 202:3. As stated in that section, complainants are urged to report such concerns within 15 days of the occurrence of the incident(s) in question. Prompt reporting allows for timely investigation and quick resolution of complaints. Incidents may be reported, as appropriate, in person, by phone, by interoffice mail, or U.S. Mail to:
Lee County EEO Coordinator
Summer Crozier, Human Resources Operations Specialist, Senior
1825 Hendry Street, Suite 200
Fort Myers, FL 33901