Human Resources 

Why we do the work we do:

The department's work aligns with Mesa's City Council Strategic Initiatives of Skilled and Talented Workforce. 

What we do:

The Human Resources (HR) Department provides the full range of HR services to approximately 4,300 City employees.  The City's medical benefits programs are fully self-funded, and the workers’ compensation services are fully self-funded and self-administered.  The Human Resources Department provides services in employee recruitment, testing, and selection; benefits; compensation and classification; employee development and training; employee relations; and safety and workers’ compensation.
The Human Resources Department reports to the City Manager's Office and is a key department in providing citywide human resources leadership and consultation.  The department focuses on delivering the highest quality of HR service and values the City’s partnerships with employees, supervisors, managers, and directors.  The department continually seeks new ways to improve services and satisfy the needs of customers.
The Human Resources Department is comprised of three divisions: the Personnel division that manages recruiting, classification and compensation, and employee training and development; the Safety Services division that manages workers’ compensation program benefits and employee safety programs training and compliance; and the employee benefits administration that oversees employee and retiree health and welfare benefits administration and wellness programs and services. 

Department Financial Summary

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Performance Dashboard

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City Employee Satisfaction with Benefits

Capital Improvement

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