Whistleblower Compliance

Whistleblower Compliance

Equal Employment Opportunity

California law allows state employees to report waste, fraud, violations of law, or health or safety threats. At the CSU, employees and applicants may report an improper governmental activity by filing a complaint pursuant to Executive Order 929 to have the matter investigated.

Retaliation for whistleblowing is prohibited. If an employee or applicant believes he/she was retaliated against for having reported an improper governmental activity, he/she may file a complaint under Executive Order 1058 to initiate an investigation of the alleged retaliation.

For assistance in utilizing these procedures, employees and applicants may contact their campus Human Resources office or the Equal Opportunity/Whistleblower Compliance Unit at the Chancellor's Office at (562) 951-4400.

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