Maricopa County have an Ombudsman?
Yes. Human Resources outsources Ombudsman Services for County
employees to a third party vendor - Mediation and Ombudsman
may be used in accordance with This policy encourages employees to raise questions
or concerns about the following issues:
- The application
of Merit Rules and Human Resources Plans (Employee Leave Plan
& Employee Compensation Plan)
- Human Resources
- Unsafe or
unhealthy work environments
encouraged to discuss these issues with their immediate supervisor
and whenever possible, resolve their concerns. However, in those
instances where an employee’s concerns cannot be resolved through
the supervisor to the employee’s satisfaction, Maricopa County provides
Ombudsman Services to mediate and resolve employee issues.
will adhere to the three steps outlined in the Employee Concerns
Resolution Program contained in Additionally, Maricopa County strictly prohibits
retaliation against any employee raising an issue or concern as
outlined in Employees are advised to complete the when seeking Ombudsman
How to contact
The person to
contact is Alex Jamison at (480)
905-7073 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Harvard University and an MBA
Degree from Harvard University. He was the Corporate Ombudsman for
American Express for ten years.