As part of the Emergency Declaration in the Tenderloin, the City has filled 100 of the 200 open public health staff positions within two months compared to the traditional six months-long process.
Today, June 9, 2021, Mayor London N. Breed and Human Resources Director Carol Isen announced the release of the independent and comprehensive review by William B. Gould IV, Charles A.
Legislation will allow the Department of Human Resources to collect voluntary and anonymous sexual orientation demographics from City employees and applicants to ensure that hiring reflects the diversity of San Francisco.
DHR appoints new Employee Relations and Equal Employment Opportunity Directors.
Today, following President Biden’s declaration of Juneteenth (June 19th) as a federal holiday, Mayor London Breed declared by proclamation for Juneteenth to be a recognized legal holiday for employees of the City and County of San Francisco. The City will observe the holiday tomorrow, June 18, 2021. Your department will advise you about reporting instructions as all city offices are required to remain open to the public.
Mayor London N. Breed issued the following statement regarding the guilty verdict issued today in the trial of Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd.
Today, at a ceremony in City Hall, Mayor London Breed swore in Carol Isen as the City’s newest Human Resources Director. Isen’s nomination was approved unanimously by the Board of Supervisors two days earlier.
Nominated by Mayor London Breed, Isen has served as Acting Director of the Department of Human Resources since October 2020 and has decades of experience in human resources and labor relations.
Isen has served as Acting Director of the Department of Human Resources since October 2020 and has decades of experience in human resources and labor relations.
An independent review will be led by former National Labor Relations Board Chairman William Gould and will be conducted alongside separate review by City Controller.