The United States District Court for the Middle District of Alabama is alerting the public of several scams, all involving individuals claiming to be officers of the court or local law enforcement. These individuals are attempting to convince victims that they need to either immediately pay some fee Read more
- Your Employee Rights and How to Report Wrongful Conduct
Your Employee Rights and How to Report Wrongful Conduct
The Federal Judiciary is committed to the performance of its duties in an outstanding and efficient manner and to maintaining a workplace of respect, civility, fairness, tolerance, and dignity, free of discrimination and harassment. These values are essential to the Judiciary, which holds its judges and employees to the highest standards. All judges and employees are expected to treat each other accordingly.
The Alabama Middle District Employment Dispute Resolution (EDR) Plan provides options for the reporting and resolving allegations of wrongful conduct (discrimination, sexual, racial, or other discriminatory harassment, abusive conduct, and retaliation) in the workplace. Early action is the best way to maintain a safe work environment. All judges, employing offices, and employees should promote workplace civility, and should take appropriate action upon receipt of reliable information indicating a likelihood of wrongful conduct under this Plan.
As part of the Alabama Middle District's commitment to maintaining a workplace of respect, civility, fairness, tolerance, and dignity, free of discrimination and harassment, and in the interest of full disclosure, we share the following EDR Plan:
- Employment Dispute Resolution Plan, adopted February 26, 2021, revised October 11, 2023
- Judicial Conduct and Disability Act
- Rules for Judicial Conduct and Judicial Disability Proceedings
- Form AO-310 Complaint of Judicial Misconduct or Disability