How to contact city of Milwaukee employee relations?
Employee Benefits, call (414) 286-3184 or email [email protected] Worker’s Compensation, call (414) 286-2020 or email [email protected] EAP Coordinator, call (414) 286-3145 or email [email protected] The City of Milwaukee strongly encourages employees to receive the COVID-19 vaccination as soon as possible.
Is there a wage increase for Milwaukee employees?
Salary adjustments for general city employees for this year were funded via an amendment to the 2019 City of Milwaukee budget. The specific language of the amendment included a footnote to the Wages Supplement Fund indicating an intent to implement a 3% wage increase for general city employees beginning in Pay Period 13 of 2019.
Why is diversity important to the city of Milwaukee?
Comprehensive benefit programs play a critical role in supporting diversity efforts and ensuring employees feel welcome at the City and supported throughout their employment. Advancing and achieving racial equity within the City’s workforce is paramount to the City’s equity, inclusion, and social justice goals.
Is the Milwaukee Fire Department part of the CDC?
The Milwaukee Fire Department continues to be guided by the CDC, Wisconsin Department of Health, and the City of Milwaukee Health Department regarding best practices for protecting our members and preventing the spread of the virus. For more information regarding COVID-19, the following are resources for you to use:
What to do if you have an emergency in Milwaukee?
As always, if you have an emergency, please call 911. The Milwaukee Fire Department continues to be guided by the CDC, Wisconsin Department of Health, and the City of Milwaukee Health Department regarding best practices for protecting our members and preventing the spread of the virus.
Where to call for help in Milwaukee WI?
Milwaukee Health Department Coronavirus COVID-19 updates. Visit Impact 211 website for information or call 2-1-1 for assistance. Your Milwaukee Fire Department has been extremely busy in preparing for the increase of medical requests for help related to the COVID-19 and stands ready.