In recognition of Transgender Awareness Month and the Trans Day of Remembrance on November 20th, the Office of Transgender Initiatives (OTI) and the Department of Human Resources just launched a new online learning module to help all City employees better serve trans residents.
The City and County of San Francisco’s Department of Human Resources is hosting a virtual information session to bring awareness and guidance to job seekers who are interested in the City’s Conviction History Program (CHP).
When team members engage in learning together over time, this helps build a stronger, more cohesive team.
Interested in becoming a more effective Communicator? Presenter? Public Speaker? If so, check out the new Citywide CCSF Toastmasters Club! It’s open to all City employees.
In accordance with Ordinance NO 299-18, the Department of Human Resources, the Ethics Commission, and the Controller’s Office have created trainings and materials to promote and publicize new whistleblower protections.
State law requires supervisors, or anyone who acts as a lead, to take harassment prevention training every two years.