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Manager Resource Center

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 is a federal civil rights law that prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities. Title I of the ADA prohibits covered employers from discriminating against people with disabilities in employment and requires employers to provide a reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities unless the accommodation would be an undue hardship or direct threat.


The city provides a wide variety of resources through the GuidanceResources® Employee Assistance Program (EAP). These confidential resources are available to help you and your employees deal with a wide range of work-life issues. The Behavioral Health Toolkit for Managers helps managers navigate the services provided by GuidanceResources in addition to other resources and training that the city provides.


Classification and Compensation resources for employees and managers such as the pay ranges and job titles table, the equipment differential guide, market pay survey information and position audit resources to ensure market-competitive pay to attract and retain the best talent within the city.


Problems, misunderstandings and frustrations may arise in the workplace. Learn how to manage conflicts at work, request mediation, or research hearings and appeals.


The Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) is a federal law that entitles eligible employees to take unpaid, job-protected leave for specified family and medical reasons with continuation of group health insurance coverage under the same terms and conditions as if the employee had not taken leave.


Get help and information on hiring new employees, find forms for employee screening and more.


Download or request labor law posters for your department/agency or division.


The Controller's Office, Payroll division manages payroll and time tracking for all employees. On the payroll for managers page you will find help to manage your employees' timecards, quick reference guides for Kronos, Kronos supervisor training, and more. You will be prompted to log in to DenverHub to view this page.


The goal setting and review process is a cooperative practice that provides employees and managers the opportunity to work together to craft goals based on mutual perspective. The goals will mirror organizational goals nad business needs.

Instructions, worksheets and job aids for the performance management process is housed on the Performance Reviews page on DenverHub, the city's intranet. If you are an employee of the City and County of Denver and cannot access the performance management page, please email


Learn about different services available from Facilities, office space, and Technology Services and how to place requests.


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.