PUC Schools is an equal opportunity employer. This means that employment decisions are based solely on qualifications and the organization’s needs for a specific position, and not on age, sex, gender, gender expression, gender identity, pregnancy, race, color, ancestry, religion, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, national origin, ethnicity, citizenship, genetic characteristic, physical or mental disability or any other status protected by California or federal law. Equal employment opportunity will extend to all persons in all aspects of the PUC – Team Members relationship, including recruitment, hiring, firing, promotion, training, transfer, discipline, layoff, compensation, and discharge.
In accordance with the PUC Equal Employment Opportunity policy, PUC Schools makes all personnel decisions without unlawful discrimination, including decisions regarding the admission, retention or graduation of candidates, and decisions regarding the employment, retention or promotion of employees.
Grievance Policy and Process
All current and prospective stakeholders in the PUC Induction Program are hereby notified of a process for grievance due to the following situations, including but not limited to:
- Dissatisfaction with mentor pairing; see Mentor Candidate Reassignment Policy
- Dissatisfaction with the program
- Appeal of dismissal from the program
- Appeal of non-admittance into the Early Completion Option
If a PUC Induction participant is dissatisfied with the mentor pairing, the program elements, or requirements of the program, the person will direct their concern to the Induction Coordinator in writing and the situation will be explored. If the concern is related to Candidate/Mentor pairing, the procedures detailed in the Candidate/Mentor Request for Reassignment Policy will be followed. For all other concerns, the Induction Coordinator will contact the person making the request and if necessary, will meet with the involved parties to resolve the conflict and/or concern. Should the conflict and/or concern go unresolved, the Induction coordinator will present the concern to the PUC Induction Advisory Board for resolution.
Please see the PUC Induction Handbook 22-23 for more detailed information on the Grievance Policy and Processes.