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Military Sealift Command Launches New MSC EEO App
by Bill Mesta, USN Military Sealift Command
23 October 2020
NORFOLK, Va. --
Military Sealift Command’s Equal Employment Opportunity team has launched a new app, MSC EEO.
The MSC team operates around the globe, often in remote environments, and the new MSC EEO app is designed to allow its members better connect with the MSC EEO program. The new app is live as of Oct. 1.
“MSC teammates are now able use the MSC EEO app to access the latest information about the EEO program, learn about filing an EEO complaint, tips and strategies to improve workplace environments and EEO news,” said Sarah Kelly, MSC’s Deputy Director, Equal Employment Opportunity Program. “Our teammates can use the app to become educated about the EEO program, watch informative videos and browse helpful guides. The resources available on the new app can assist our teammates with everything from conflict in the workplace, EEO policy, hostile work environments, work life balance and working stress free.”
The new MSC EEO app functions on both Android and Apple operating systems and can be downloaded by searching for MSC EEO on Google Play or the Apple Store.
“We launched the new app to be able to deliver real-time information to the MSC workforce world-wide, and ensure access is not delayed by lack of network connectivity as the app allows for continued access regardless of connectivity,” Kelly added. “All MSC teammates are now able to download and access the MSC EEO app. MSC contractors are also able to download and benefit from the app, keeping in mind that EEO laws differ for contract personnel.”
Kelly concluded by encouraging the MSC team to, “Explore the MSC EEO app, educate and inform yourself about EEO, check out the tools and features which can be used to foster a better workplace and all the EEO resources which are available to you.”
Military Sealift Command remains committed to supporting an inclusive professional work-force that develops all of its teammates and thrives on their contributions.
For more information about the new MSC EEO app, contact Sarah Kelly at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 757-443-3073.
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