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  • Houston Happenings April 2017

    Houston Happenings April 2017

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    Meet your 2017 Bravo Award winners. Eight city employees earn praise from City Council for helping those most in need. Read More
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The purpose

We want to better serve you. This survey seeks to gather your input and feedback about the city's two main newsletters: City Savvy and Benefits Pulse. Please share your thoughts about how we can improve these publications and better inform you about the workplace and your benefits.

The publications

City Savvy is a newsletter primarily for employees. It covers department news and city initiatives and programs and features city employees. Benefits Pulse is a publication for both employees and retirees, covering health and medical issues, nutrition and wellness tips and information on drugs and insurance benefits.

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