Video: Nondiscrimination, Anti-Harassment and Inappropriate Conduct Policy

At King County, we are building a workplace culture based on mutual trust, respect, and inclusivity, one where we value one another for who we are and what we bring to our work.

There is no room for any type of harassment or discrimination in this culture. King County’s Nondiscrimination, Anti-Harassment and Inappropriate Conduct Policy clearly sets out the conduct and behaviors that are prohibited at King County. As a member of our organization, you have a defined role in the policy to prevent, report, and act on behavior that is not in line with our expectations of employees.

Watch this short video for a quick overview of the policy and refamiliarize yourself with the policy here. If you have not taken training on the policy, or aren’t sure if you have completed it, you can find it in your KCeLearning NEOGOV Learn Dashboard or talk to your department HR Manager. To see your completed trainings, click on Training and then View Course Transcript. If you still need to complete the training, you will find a direct link to the course on the front page of your Dashboard, under your Tasks. For those that don’t have regular computer access in your job, an alternative form of the training will be available to you by the end of the year.

The policy applies to all employees in Executive Branch departments, offices, divisions, and agencies, including the Assessor’s Office, Elections, and the Sheriff’s Office.