Equal Opportunity Employer

Biocept is committed to diversity and it is reinforced by workplace policies that are essential to how we do business and work with one another.

Biocept is committed to providing Equal Employment Opportunities (EEO) without discrimination related to race/color, religion, sex/gender identity/gender expression, national origin/ancestry, citizenship status, age, medical condition, disability (physical or mental-actual or perceived), pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, military status, political affiliation, or any other basis protected by applicable federal, state and local laws. This policy of nondiscrimination applies to all decisions including, but not limited to, hiring, compensation, benefits, conditions of employment, transfers, promotions, training and development, termination, layoff, recall, and all privileges of employment. Biocept seeks to maintain a working environment free of harassment and intimidation. It is Company policy to comply with applicable state, local and federal statutes concerning Equal Employment Opportunity.

Any established incident of discrimination or harassment, including that of a sexual nature by any employee will result in appropriate disciplinary action, up to and including termination. It shall further be the responsibility of every employee and particularly every employee holding a management and/or supervisory position to bring to the Company’s attention any evidence of discrimination or harassment so that the matter can be investigated and appropriate action taken. All such information should be reported immediately to Human Resources.

Open Door Policy

It is natural for employees to have questions or problems that may affect them on the job. Employees are encouraged to always feel free to ask questions or discuss problems with management. All such discussions will be kept in strict confidence to the extent possible. In every instance where corrective action is warranted in connection with job related matters, the employees, in cooperation with other concerned departments, will do everything possible to bring about a satisfactory resolution. If the problem cannot be resolved in this matter, the matter should then be referred to the next ascending level of authority.