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    The Department of Human Resources is responsible for a variety of services for the City of New Haven's diverse workforce - current and potential: This includes: policy, training, recruitment and hiring, job classification studies, and work-life programs.  In addition, the Department of Human Resources provides expert assistance and information to our internal and external customers.

    The Department of Human Resources works with other City departments to address current and future hiring needs and to ensure that staffing plans achieve and maintain diverse staff representation. We provide departments with information, advice, consultation and support on human resource issues which assists them in creating a flexible and responsive workforce that, in turn, delivers effective and efficient services to the community.

    The Department of Human Resources works with employees and supervisors to manage leaves of absence in compliance with FMLA, ADA, Civil Service and contractual obligations.  The staff of Human Resources works to enhance the organizational values of customer service, equitable treatment, appreciation of diversity, collaborative teamwork, employee and organizational creativity and productivity, and effective communication.. Additionally, we ensure compliance with state and federal employment laws, and process complaints as needed.



    NEW RELEASE 01/20/2017

    The 1095-C Form-Information for City of New Haven Employees

    As was the case last year, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has again extended the deadline for the provision of the required Form 1095-C to employees under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). In November the IRS issued a notice moving back the deadline for providing the 2016 version of these forms from January 31, 2017 to March 2, 2017. Recognizing that this would impact a taxpayer's ability to file the 2016 income taxes in a timely manner, the IRS has made it clear that taxpayers can prepare and file their returns using other information about their health insurance, and that they should not file 2016 Form 1095-C with their return.

    What does that mean for you? The City intends to furnish the required 1095-C to all eligible employees by the March 2, 2017 deadline. Employees should feel free to file their 2016 federal tax return without waiting for the 1095-C. The IRS has made it clear that attaching the Form to the tax return is not required; instead when the Form is provided, please keep it on file with your 2016 tax records.

    Linked HERE is a memo which provides some general information about the form itself and ACA reporting requirements.

    NEW RELEASE - 02/13/2015
    ANTHEM UPDATE: How To Enroll in Credit Protection Services Offered by Anthem Blue Cross & Blue Shield

    Today, Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield, provided information on how to immediately enroll in credit protection services to all members who are potentially impacted by the Cyber Attack.

    Starting 02/13/15 at 2 p.m. ET/11 a.m. PT, current and former Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield members can visit AnthemFacts.com to learn more about credit monitoring and identity theft repair services provided by AllClear ID, a leading and trusted identity protection provider. All services are available for two years. Details of the services, and instructions on how to enroll, are available on this Memo to all Employees, 02/13/15 HERE:

    An additional FAQ sheet from Anthem is available HERE

    Important Information Regarding Cyber Attack Impacting Anthem, Inc.

    We are continuing to work closely with Anthem to better understand the cyber attack and the impact on our employees. Anthem has created a website - www.anthemfacts.com, and a hotline, 1-877-263-7995, for its members to call for more information, and has shared the attached Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) that further explains the cyber attack. We will continue to keep you updated on Anthem's ongoing investigation in hopes to find out who committed the attack, and why.

    See Memo to all Employees 02/05/2015 HERE


    Connecticut residents who may have been impacted by the cyber-attack against Anthem, should be aware of scam email campaigns targeting current and former Anthem members. These scams, designed to capture personal information (known as "phishing") are designed to appear as if they are from Anthem and the emails include a "click here" link for credit monitoring. These emails are NOT from Anthem.

    See Memo to all Employees 02/06/2015 HERE




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