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Caesars Entertainment and its family of affiliated casinos, resorts and entertainment venues is committed to providing work environments free from discrimination, harassment, intimidation, or retaliation for opposing such conduct. The information presented here is an overview of the company’s policy and additional information is available from the Human Resources Department. Harassment based upon the following characteristics will not be tolerated: race, color, religion, creed, sex, gender (including gender identity and gender expression), pregnancy (including childbirth and related medical conditions), age (as defined under applicable law), national origin or ancestry, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, genetic information, veteran or military status or any other consideration protected by applicable federal, state or local laws.

The anti-harassment policy applies to everyone in the workplace, including officers, managers, supervisors, co-workers and third parties such as non-Team Member visitors, vendors, consultants and clients/customers. Additionally, this policy applies to any harassing conduct, whether occurring in the workplace or while engaging with coworkers outside the workplace, including, but not limited to, Company-related activities such as during business trips, offsite meetings or Company-sponsored social events.

Employees who either witness or believe they, themselves, have been subjected to discrimination or harassment should notify any of the following: their department supervisor or manager, property or corporate Human Resources, or the Ethics and Compliance Hotline.  Any supervisor or manager who receives a complaint of harassing conduct, or otherwise witnesses or becomes aware of conduct that appears to violate this policy, must report the conduct, either verbally or in writing, to corporate Human Resources immediately.  

All good faith complaints will be investigated thoroughly, promptly and fairly, and appropriate action will be taken against those found to have violated policies, up to and including termination of employment. Retaliation against an employee for making a good faith complaint of harassment or for participating in an investigation strictly prohibited. Complaints of retaliation should be reported under any of the methods described above for reporting discrimination or harassment.