This page is dedicated to providing the latest news and information about the Department of Human Resources’ programs and efforts.

Return to Work Safer Together

Welcome back! Help keep your coworkers safe by taking the COVID-19 Basic Health and Safety training. This training will provide the latest information on how to protect yourself against the hazards of COVID-19 at work.

Hispanic Heritage Month

During National Hispanic Heritage Month, we celebrate the history, culture, and contributions of the Latino/Hispanic community.

CCSF Conviction History Program Informational Session August 26, 2021

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).

DHR Announces Creating Equity Series

When team members engage in learning together over time, this helps build a stronger, more cohesive team.

Independent Review of EEO Practices Published

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. Beardsley Professor of Law, Emeritus, at the Stanford Law School, of the City’s equal employment opportunity policies and practices. Professor Gould’s review focuses on the City’s response to employee claims of workplace bias, harassment, discrimination, and retaliation. The report identifies 19 findings regarding EEO policies and procedures and offers 57 recommendations to support EEO Division reforms.

News to Know & Grow

As we move into FY2021-22, DHR’s Workforce Development looks forward to supporting your learning and development needs.

New Vaccine and Face Covering Policy for City Employees

This webpage is to provide you with information about the new vaccination related requirements for all City employees.

Mayor London Breed and Supervisor Rafael Mandelman Introduce Legislation to Expand LGBTQ Data Collection for City Employees and Applicants

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.

Mental Health Awareness Month Panel

The Department of Human Resource and the Health Service System hosted a panel discussion on how to recognize stress and anxiety, and resources and strategies to help cope and improve your mental and emotional well-being. Watch the recorded panel event here:

San Francisco Recognizes Juneteenth

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.


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