Priority - Adjust employment and promotion processes. Simultaneously recruit, hire, include, develop, retain, engage and motivate a diverse, results-oriented, high-performing workforce.
Priority - Use strategic hiring initiatives for underrepresented people, such as people with disabilities and for veterans, conduct barrier analysis, and support special emphasis programs to promote diversity within the City workforce.
Priority - ensure all employees have access to diversity and inclusion training and education, including relevant legal requirements as participants and responsible agents of diversity, mutual respect and inclusion.
The Disability Commission ensures that all Worcester residents and visitors with disabilities have access to city programs and services by providing information and referral, advocacy, outreach and educational programs.
Advises the City Administration on diversity and equal opportunity in the areas of recruitment, hiring, promoting and retaining a diverse pool of city employees.
It is the goal of the Human Rights Commission to ensure that all city residents are treated fairly & equally by eliminating bigotry, discrimination, intolerance & prejudice.
The function of the Advisory Committee on the Status of Women is to formulate, encourage, promote and monitor programs and policies relating to the status of women in the City of Worcester.
City of Worcester launches commercials to celebrate diversity and inclusion.