The Department of Human Resources is tasked with working in collaboration and cooperation with all city departments to meet the human resource needs of employees and the broad needs of each individual department. At its forefront, the department will have employee safety and welfare as a primary concern, followed by being a resource to the needs of personnel, insuring a positive work environment and portraying a positive and professional image and experience to prospective employees.
The Human Resources Department is responsible for certain municipal support services for the citizenry and City employees. The Department functions as the human resources center for the general public, City Departments and the City's 350 full time and 260 part-time employees.
The Department is organized in the following areas: (1) Human Resources Management; (2) Employee Benefits Administration and (3) Worker's Compensation and FMLA Program Management.