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.
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.
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.
The recent violent attacks on Asians and Asian Americans, including this week’s horrific shooting in Atlanta that took the lives of eight innocent people, are shocking and have deeply affected many of our Asian and Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) employees and people across the country.
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.
DHR’s Diversity Recruitment Toolkit is a compilation of various strategies, best practices, and helpful resources to support the City's HR professionals in developing thoughtful outreach and recruitment plans. If you are an HR professional with the City and County of San Francisco, look for the Diversity Recruitment Toolkit in the eLibrary.
The DHR budget meeting took place on February 11, 2021 at 3:00 pm.
DHR is accepting recommendations on DHR’s two-year FY 2021-22 & FY 2022-23 Budget. Where could we look for savings? Do you have suggestions for efficiencies? We will be accepting ideas through February 12.
City employees who are reporting to a City worksite or working in the field must be free from symptoms of COVID-19 infection to prevent further spread of the virus.