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The Unemployement Compensation section of the Office of Human Resources is the centralized location for processing and responding to the State of Colorado for Unemployment Claims on behalf of the City and County of Denver.
If you are a lender, background screening company, government agency, etc. and need to verify a City and County of Denver employee's employment and/or income, you will need to submit a VOE/VOI request.
The city provides a wide variety of resources for its employees and their dependents through the GuidanceResources® Employee Assistance Program (EAP). These confidential resources are available to help employees and their dependents deal with a wide range of work-life issues.
Refer to public notices including classification notices, Career Service Board agendas and minutes, Career Service Rules and revisions, Public Hearing notices and Class Action notices.
Learn how the city ensures market-competitive and equitable pay.
The information here is for employees with the City and County of Denver whose employment with the city has ended.
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