Personnel & Labor Relations

Mission Statement


The mission of the Personnel and Labor Relations Department is to:
  • Administer the city's compensation plans and employee benefit programs
  • Assist departments in recruiting, selecting, and training new employees
  • Conduct analyses of job classifications
  • Conduct periodic employee training and safety programs
  • Maintain employee records
  • Provide personnel and labor relations services to all city departments
  • Represent the city's interest in collective bargaining, grievance, and arbitration matters

Sexual Harassment Prevention 


The Time's Up Act (Public Acts 19-16 and 19-93) requires an employer to post information concerning the illegality of sexual harassment and the remedies available to victims of sexual harassment. This information is available at the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities website   (https://www.ct.gov/chro/lib/chro/CHRO_Sexual_Harassment_Written_Materials.pdf)


Employment Resources

Effective October 22, 2019 - All Part-Time/ Seasonal/ Temporary positions will no longer be advertised in "The Hour" newspaper. Please refer to our employment opportunities website for all open positions.



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Benefits and Pension                                    203-854-7862      Email              

Recruitment and General Inquiries           203-854-7864      Email

Labor Relations                                             203-854-7723      Email