The deadline to be up-to-date with vaccination for employees working in health care facilities and High-Risk Settings is March 1, 2022. Additionally all employees are strongly encouraged to protect their health and get a COVID-19 booster.
February is Black History Month, a time to honor and highlight the culture, experiences, and contributions that Black people have made to San Francisco and to our country.
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.
- Date: January 26, 2022
- Time: 4:00 pm
- Event: Join the Meeting (WebEx)
Want to break into a new industry but not sure how? Join us at City Hall on Dec. 14th for job and application resources!
Wondering whether an employee needs to get tested or stay home when they have symptoms, a positive test, or a close contact? DHR has released an updated guidance document, “Requirements for Employees Returning to Work Sites after not Passing Health Screening, COVID-19 Illness, or Exposure.”
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.
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.
During National Hispanic Heritage Month, we celebrate the history, culture, and contributions of the Latino/Hispanic community.
Many employees continue to have questions about the efficacy and safety of the COVID-19 vaccine. DHR is happy to announce that the City’s Nurse Triage Hotline has been expanded to deal with these questions.