Statement of Equal Employment Opportunity

Diversity
Kennedy Personnel Services offers a work environment in which diversity and inclusion are embraced, people are hired and advanced on their merits, and employees treat each other with mutual respect and dignity.  We strive to be an organization in which the best people want to work, where opportunities to develop are widely available, where we practice responsible finance, and where a healthy work/life balance is encouraged.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Kennedy Personnel Services provides equal employment opportunities regardless of race, creed, color, national origin, religion, age, sex or gender (including pregnancy), veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, marital status, mental or physical disabilities, or any other legally protected characteristic. This policy applies to all employment actions, including but not limited to recruitment and advertising; selection and job assignment; promotion, demotion and transfer; layoff or termination; rates of pay and other forms of compensation; selection for training, or the provision of any other personnel services. Providing equality employment opportunity is a responsibility and is the foundation in which employees succeed based on their merit: talent, contributions, leadership and teamwork. Kennedy Personnel Services complies with all provisions of federal, state and local laws enforcing nondiscrimination in employment practices.

The Organization will not tolerate any unlawful discrimination or harassment and any such conduct is prohibited.  Any incident or situation believed to involve illegal discrimination or harassment by a co-worker, supervisor, manager or third parties on Organization premises should be brought to the immediate attention of your manager, any other management representative, or Human Resources for investigation and corrective action.  Discrimination and harassment are considered to be a serious act of misconduct and grounds for disciplinary action, up to and including termination.

Americans with Disabilities Act                 
Our policy is to offer employment to qualified disabled people based solely on their ability to perform the essential functions of the job with or without reasonable accommodation, and to reasonably accommodate a qualified person's disability, in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and applicable state and local laws.

1.      Reasonable Accommodations:  It is the policy of Kennedy Personnel Services not to discriminate against any qualified individual on the basis of any mental or physical disability, as long as that individual can perform the essential functions of the job with or without reasonable accommodations.  Kennedy Personnel Services is committed to a policy of reasonable accommodations necessary to allow an employee to perform the essential functions of a position, in accordance with the Americans with Disability Act of 1990, as amended to the extent that any accommodation does not pose an undue hardship for Kennedy Personnel Services.

 

2.      Reasonable Accommodations for Pregnancy Related Disabilities

In compliance with Maryland state law, Kennedy Personnel Services is committed to a policy of reasonable accommodations, which may include leave, for a disability caused or contributed to by pregnancy.  Kennedy Personnel Services will provide reasonable accommodations necessary to allow a pregnant employee to perform the essential functions of her position, to the extent that any accommodation does not pose an undue hardship for the organization.

For additional information, please contact:

Mr. Jammie Pendelton

HR Manager

Kennedy Personnel Services

(410) 659-5300 x.11

Jammie@kennedy-services.com

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