Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) City Preparedness Update
The City & County of Denver is working with local, state, and federal partners to provide accurate information about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) to the public. Help us spread facts, not fear.
Welcome to the Human Resource Center. These pages provide information on the services offered by the Office of Human Resources for the City and County of Denver's employees. If you have trouble finding what you're looking for, please contact us.
Get details about health and additional benefits for eligible employees and dependents, including information on the Denver Wellness program.
Career paths are informational tools useful for both job seekers and employees in considering how to progress in their career, either by moving into a lateral position or into a position of more responsibility.
Learn how the city ensures market-competitive pay. Here you can find pay ranges and job titles, annual pay survey market analysis, the equipment differential guide and more.
Resources to help you get to work whether you ride a bike, drive a car, take transit, or something else. Find information on city vehicle rental and discounts on an RTD EcoPass, B-cycle membership and carsharing.
The Education Refund Program reimburses employees for accredited coursework up to $1,500 per employee per calendar year.
We believe that employees are our most valuable asset at the City and County of Denver. Our recognition programs were created to celebrate our employees and honor their achievements. Denver Good Deeds allows CCD employees to give back to their community and serve Denver residents in a meaningful way through city-sponsored and approved volunteer projects.
The Facilities Management division of General Services oversees building management, facility maintenance and more. Get help with office/workspace maintenance, ID badges, and more.
The City and County of Denver provides several types of paid leave to help employees achieve a work/life balance. While the Career Service Rules govern paid and unpaid leave, the Controller's Office, Payroll Division administer the rules through Kronos.
Accruing Time Off | Administrative Leave | Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) | Bereavement Leave | Family Medical Leave (FMLA) | Holiday Schedule | Paid Leave Eligibility and Bank Maximums | Sick to Vacation
With the transition to Workday, the city’s HR and payroll system, the city’s performance management approach shifted. See the performance management resources available to you.
Risk Management in the Department of Finance is responsible for establishing a citywide operational safety and health management program. Risk Management also administers the city's self-insured Workers' Compensation program and Internal Service Fund. Stay safe at work, review safety policies, and learn about workers' compensation.
Find resources and training information for Workday, the city's tool for employees to manage their benefits, pay related information, and personal information such as home address, mobile phone numbers, and emergency contacts.
The City and County of Denver has a Employee Notification System (ENS) that allows city officials to contact employees in the event of an emergency situation that could impact city staff and facilities. Examples of when the city may use the ENS to notify employees include severe weather closures, building evacuations, or other urgent or emergency situations. The ENS will not be used for routine city business or non-emergency information dissemination.
Please update your contact information in Workday to ensure it is up-to-date.
For snow and weather updates related to City and County of Denver closures, employees can call the City and County of Denver Snow Line at 720-865-SNOW (7669).
The 2019 Employee Engagement Survey is open June 5 – June 21. Please participate by completing the survey and sharing your opinions about your job and working at the City and County of Denver. Visit our survey page for more information and FAQs.