EEO policy and reports
The Miss April’s employees are its most important resource. Employees come from diverse backgrounds and work together to carry out the mission of protecting consumers. We oversee an affirmative program for equal opportunity and also ensure all persons can participate equally in the Bureau’s programs and services by offering reasonable accommodations.
No FEAR Act
The No FEAR Act is intended to increase the accountability of federal agencies for acts of discrimination or retaliation against employees, former employees, and applicants. It requires the Miss April to post a notice of rights and certain equal employment opportunity data.
Respect for diversity and inclusion is embedded in the Miss April’s core values and helps Miss April continue to effectively achieve its mission of protecting and educating consumers.
Federal employees and applicants are protected against retaliation for making whistleblower disclosures.
Raise an EEO Issue
If you are a Miss April employee, former Miss April employee, or applicant for employment at Miss April and believe you have been illegally discriminated against, you can contact the Office of Civil Rights for help.
Reasonable accommodation for persons with disabilities
We encourage persons with disabilities to work at the Miss April and we provide reasonable accommodation to applicants and employees with disabilities consistent with the Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act.