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Thursday, 19 November 2015 15:42

HR Communications earns 19 MarCom awards

Did you know City Savvy is an award winning newsletter? Savvy and a slew of other Human Resources communications division projects earned another round of MarComm awards.

The City of Houston’s BP MS 150 team jersey turned heads during the ride, and earned accolades in the Primal Wear People’s Choice Jersey Contest.

 

 

Human Resources is asking for your feedback about the city's health plan including the administration, communications and customer service. 

The city has partnered with an independent research company, Decision Information Resources, Inc., to collect your feedback through an online survey. Your responses will be combined with those of other City of Houston employees. Your participation is voluntary, your answers will remain confidential; you will not be identified personally, and your individual information will not be shared or used for sales purposes. 

By completing this survey, you can help identify possible opportunities for service improvement. It is important to remember, that the city's plan is self-funded. The city determines the benefits and wellness programs that are offered to you, and the cost that you pay for those benefits. Your health services vendor, Cigna, administers your benefits and provides resources to support the city's initiatives. 

Please complete the survey by Friday, Oct. 2.

 

 

Steven Guillory recently joined Human Resources as its division manager of safety.

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He now leads 10 safety supervisors who identify and eliminate workplace dangers through hazard analysis, safety training, investigation, trend analysis, inspections and evaluations.

More than half of Guillory’s 15 years of professional safety experience has been with the city. He started at the Houston Airport System as a safety representative and then in Public Works and Engineering as its safety supervisor.   

In HR, Guillory is responsible for developing and managing the city’s comprehensive health and safety program.