Through Past Achievements
We're Paving the Road for Future Goals
We're Leveraging Valuable Resources to Further Our Efforts
FY 2016 - 17 Budget
We reduced exam backlog with additional staffing and $598,000 in contract services
We launched the Targeted Local Hire Program to create a path for City employment for underserved communities
We attracted diverse candidates to our Police and Fire forces with $560,000 for recruitment and advertising efforts
We improved employees' safety with our Safety Engineers
We modernized employee data management systems with $322,000 and implemented an electronic employee folders system
We delivered over $600 million in employee and workers' compensation benefits
City of Los Angeles
Councilmember Joe Buscaino’s community swearing-in
ceremony at the grand re-opening of Ken Malloy Harbor
President Wesson invited City employees from his district to feast on a wide variety of dishes and personally expressed his thanks for all that they do.
March of Dimes, March for Babies walk.
recruitment campaign, Graphic Designer Margaret Correa of the Public Safety Division shadowed Candidate Advancement Program Instructor Officer
Jeramy Bryant, as he led the Physical
Fitness Orientation for the month of June at
Ahmanson Recruit Training Center.