Equal employment opportunity policy
It is the policy of the CFPB to provide equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment. The CFPB has no tolerance for workplace discrimination, harassment, or retaliation. We take all allegations of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation seriously.
We all deserve to work in an environment where we will be treated fairly and equitably, and where we can participate fully in all benefits of employment, including recruitment, hiring, compensation, appraisals, awards, training, career development, promotions, and all the terms, conditions, and privileges of employment.
Accordingly, we’re an equal opportunity employer, and don’t discriminate or tolerate harassment based on:
- Sex (including pregnancy, sexual orientation, transgender status, gender identity or expression, gender non-conformity, or sex stereotyping of any kind)
- National origin
- Age (40 years or older)
- Genetic information
- Parental status
- Political affiliation
- Marital status
- Uniformed status
- Membership in a labor organization or union activities
- Prior equal employment opportunity (EEO) or whistleblower activity, or
- Any other factor unrelated to your merit
Read Bureau Director Rohit Chopra’s complete FY 2022 EEO and Anti-Harassment Policy Statement
If you are a CFPB employee, former CFPB employee, or job applicant to CFPB and believe you have been discriminated against or harassed on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, sexual orientation, transgender status, gender identity or expression, gender non-conformity, or sex stereotyping of any kind), national origin, disability, age (40 years or older), genetic information, parental status or retaliated against for prior EEO activity, contact us.
Office of Civil Rights
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
1700 G Street, NW
Washington, D.C. 20552
Filing deadlines are important and you must contact us within 45 calendar days after the event you wish to complain about. After you contact us, we’ll also explain the complaint process and assign an EEO Counselor to help with your claim. If needed, you can file a formal EEO complaint within 15 calendar days after EEO counseling or mediation and after receiving a “Notice of Right to File a Formal Complaint.” The formal EEO complaint can only include the allegations that were presented to the EEO Counselor.
For help filing a complaint about discrimination on the basis of marital status, political affiliation, or any other non-merit factor, or for claims of retaliation for whistleblower activity, contact the Office of Special Counsel or the Merit Systems Protection Board .
For help filing a complaint about discrimination on the basis of uniformed status, you may contact the Veterans’ Employment and Training Service (VETS) at the Department of Labor, the Merit Systems Protection Board , or the Office of Special Counsel , depending on the circumstances.
For help filing a complaint about discrimination on the basis of membership in a labor organization, you may contact the Federal Labor Relations Authority or your union (if applicable).
CFPB equal employment opportunity reports
Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) program status report:
Disability Affirmative Action plan:
No FEAR Act annual report:
Office of Minority and Women Inclusion (OMWI) report: