The Human Resources Department provides internal services in employee relations, employee benefits, association negotiations, wellness, pension & retirement funds management, training and development, organizational development, compensation surveys, workers’ compensation, recruitment, property and risk management, employment laws & industry regulations, policy oversight as well as oversight for Employee Health Insurance Fund, Life AD & D Fund, Employee Long Term Disability Fund, Unemployment Insurance Fund, Workers Compensation Fund, Property and Liability Fund.
Benefits Management: Oversees the management of the City's health fund, negotiates renewals and recommends design of its health, dental, life, flexible spending accounts, retirement vehicles, and long-term care.
Recruitment: Provides job analysis, collaborates with hiring supervisors to maintain and develop job descriptions, sourcing, screening and selection of candidates, background checks, and on-boarding. Job openings at the City of Littleton.
Compensation: Annually surveys market for benchmarked positions, establishes appropriate links based on internal-equity and wage compression, generates pay plans, and publicizes annual compensation report per City Charter.
Risk Management: Files and reviews claims for damage to City property, generates annual loss prevention survey, coordinates the City's Safety Committee to develop action plans to improve the City's safety and loss prevention scores, files workplace injury claims, reviews on-going cases for opportunities to return employees to work.
Training & Development: Performs annual surveys of employees to determine course curriculum. Training consists of courses targeting skills, supervisory development, and training topics necessary for employees interested in advancement. Courses are developed and trained by HR representatives, subject matter experts internal to the organization, as well as external trainers.
Transparency in Coverage – Machine-Readable Files This link leads to the machine-readable files that are made available in response to the federal Transparency in Coverage Rule and includes negotiated service rates and out-of-network allowed amounts between health plans and healthcare providers. The machine readable files are formatted to allow researchers, regulators, and application developers to more easily access and analyze data.