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 5. Go to DHR’s budget suggestions form.
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.
Forbes Media and Statista, Inc. has identified the City and County of San Francisco as one of America’s Best-In-State Employers for 2020 in California. We are #49 (out of 100).
Mayor Breed has declared a regional disaster in response to the August 2020 Regional Fires and the resulting property damage and evacuations.
The Department of Human Resources issued the following statement after the United States Supreme Court decision protecting LGBTQ employees from discrimination in the workplace:
Thank you to all of the City employees, essential, front line and disaster service workers who have supported the City’s response to COVID-19.
On February 25, 2020, Mayor London Breed issued a declaration of a local emergency in San Francisco in response to the global outbreak and spread of COVID-19 (novel coronavirus).
- Date: February 10, 2020
- Time: 4:00 pm
- Location: Department of Human Resources
Changes have been adopted by the California Legislature to the laws governing the reporting of “serious injuries” to Cal/OSHA.
The California Public Employers Labor Relations Association (CALPELRA) has awarded its 2019 Moving Forward Award to San Francisco Human Resources Director Micki Callahan.