Health Care Rates Change 2023

The City's Health Services System has advised of upcoming changes to health plan rates. Health plan rates for current employees and early retirees will be impacted. The Health Service Board voted on these proposed changes on Thursday, May 25, 2023. Attached are documents for more information on the upcoming healthcare rate changes:  • Attachment #1: May 25, […]

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Leadership & Change Management Program - Nominations Open (April 7 deadline)

Leadership & Change Management aims to develop City leaders’ mindsets and skill sets around leading change.  During the program, leaders will receive tools and strategies around change management, including analysis of case studies presented by City leaders, participate in leadership support groups to discuss and apply the course content to their own leadership context, and […]

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Recent Changes Regarding Who Files the Form 700

The 2023 Form 700 filing, and what's reported is determined by the requirements by your disclosure category, covering reportable investments and interests held and income (including loans, gifts, and travel payment) received January 1 to December 31, 2022, is due no later than April 3, 2023. The Form 700 is required to be filed by City officers and designated employees who make or influence governmental […]

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NEW Equitable, Fair, and Respectful Workplace Policy

DHR has expanded upon the previous Respect in the Workplace policy in issuing the Equitable, Fair, and Respectful Workplace Policy. City employees and managers are responsible for maintaining a safe and productive workplace which is free from inappropriate workplace behavior. Learn more about employee expectations by taking DHR’s Respect in the Workplace training or read the full updated Equitable, […]

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December Newsletter

Raquel Silva's Retirement and Farewell Message and announcing MEA's New Executive Director. Please Click To Read More

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FY2022-23 Management Training Funds

The DHR online tuition reimbursement system opened on Monday, August 8, 2022 for FY 2022-2023 requests. There is a new process for FY22-23 tuition requests that is being implemented through the City's current PeopleSoft and DHR has Expense Authorization reference materials (job aids) on how to submit a request: https://sfdhr.org/sites/default/files/documents/Online-Tuition-Reimbursement-Process/Tuition-Reimbursement-Process-Improvements.pdf https://sfemployeeportalsupport.sfgov.org/support/solutions/articles/11000094193-how-to-request-pre-approval-for-tuition-expenses https://sfdhr.org/sites/default/files/documents/Online-Tuition-Reimbursement-Process/Tuition-Related-Expense-Authorization.pdf Pre-approvals will now be referred to as "Expense […]

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SFMEA Newsletter - June 2022

Retirement Reminders. MEA Members provided unabridged Newsletter. Retirement Reminders PDF

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Amending Current Memorandums of Understanding, Floating Holiday Rollover and In-Lieu Legal Holiday Carry Over; Forty-Eighth Mayoral Supplemental to Mayoral Proclamation

To minimize the loss of paid leave accrued during the pandemic, the City is proposing to amend existing Memorandums of Understanding (MOU) to allow employees with such accruals utilize such paid time during the 2022-2023 fiscal year. Specifically, the City is proposing the following: • Floating Holidays: Employees can roll over an additional 80 hours of floating […]

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SFMEA Newsletter - May 2022

The SFMEA Times' highlights:  Health Services Systems - May is Mental Health Awareness Month Training Resources SFMTA Wellness  SFERS Contribution Rates FY 22-23. In addition to the SFMEA Times' highlights, the City's Department of Human Resources Workforce Development Division provides, at no-cost, June workshops about the City's Performance Planning and Appraisal Review (PPAR); the workshop reviews […]

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SF Health Service System - May 2022 eNews

May is Mental Health Awareness Month and a celebration of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month,  As such, proven Asian traditions like Tai Chi and Qi Gong are now mainstream mental health practices that teach about attending to well-being through breathing and graceful movement.  Caring for your mental health and well-being is of the utmost importance.  Click here to view Newsletter

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