HR > EMPLOYEE RELATIONS
Employee Relations is responsible for implementing the disciplinary process and providing guidance on disciplinary matters with the goal of correction and enhancement of employee performance. In keeping with this goal, Employee Relations oversees the random drug and alcohol testing process, the reasonable suspicion testing process, and the fitness for duty and "last chance" process. The Employee Relations Division is charged with the responsibility of responding to Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) complaints and doing so in an objective and forthcoming manner, as well as representing the City at unemployment compensation appeals.
The Employee Relations Division provides for a productive and equitable environment in which to work ultimately enhancing the provision of services to the public.