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WNET has established a discrimination grievances process and reporting form so that individuals not employed by WNET who believe they may have been impacted by WNET’s actions may raise related issues or concerns. Upon submission to WNET, this form will be directed to WNET’s Chief Compliance Officer for initial review and assessment. Where appropriate, the claim may be referred to the relevant WNET division for investigation and resolution. WNET will treat all grievances made in this Grievance Report Form as confidential and privileged to the fullest extent permitted by law.


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