The Mayor, Board of Supervisors, and each commission, board, department and agency of the City and County shall fully cooperate with the Commission in fulfilling the provisions and purposes of this Article and shall regularly consult with the Commission on matters relating to women.
All agencies, departments, boards and commissions of the City and County, with the exception of the City Attorney, shall make quarterly reports to the Human Resources Department regarding all complaints of gender or sex discrimination file by their employees. Those reports shall include:
the number of complaints filed that quarter;
the specific type of discrimination alleged in each complaint filed;
the department, bureau or division in which each complaint arose;
the harm allegedly suffered by the complainant;
the cost to the department in handling the matter, when available;
the status of all outstanding complaints, including, but not limited to a report that the complaint is being investigated or mediated;
the findings in all completed cases; and
what, if any, corrective action was taken.
The Human Resources Department shall compile the information regarding the complaints and report it to the Commission quarterly. The Human Resources Department shall consult with the Commission concerning the policy manner in which such complaints are handled. The Human Resources Department shall also send the Commission any and all reports they make to the Board of Supervisors and/or the Mayor concerning any type of discrimination against women (including sexual harassment). The Human Resources Department shall provide the Commission, upon request, access to pertinent, nonconfidential personnel information with respect to current City and County employees and applicants for employment including, but not limited to:
an employee’s or applicant’s eligibility or certification status; and
any workforce utilization or salary analysis performed by the Human Resources Department.
The City Attorney shall submit to the Commission a monthly report of settlements, which includes lawsuits and claims filed by female employees of the City and County alleging employment discrimination. The report shall include:
the name of the case or claimant;
the nature of the case;
the damages allegedly suffered; and
the amount of the settlement.
The City Attorney shall also provide, quarterly, a summary of litigation judgments in favor of and against the City and County, including all lawsuits filed by female employees alleging discrimination. The City Attorney shall alert the Commission to the filing of any lawsuit against the City and County alleging any form of discrimination against women and shall provide a monthly report of all administrative claims filed against the City, including any claims alleging discrimination against women. Upon request, the City Attorney shall forward to the Commission a copy of any complaint or claim filed with or served upon the City Attorney.
(Added by Ord. 271-89, App. 7/28/89; amended by Ord. 64-92, App. 3/28/92; Ord. 287-96, App. 7/12/96; Ord. 131-98, App. 4/17/98; Ord. 106-00, File No. 000537, App. 5/26/2000)