City Policies

Every person who is given an offer of employment with the City of Chicago has to disclose any unpaid child support obligations they owe. Municipal Ordinance 2-152-155 requires that every person who is given an offer of employment with the City of Chicago shall file an 'Affidavit of Child Support Obligations' disclosing any unpaid child support obligations they owe.
To view the Child Support ordinance details click on this link.

Click on this link to view the City's policy on Conflict of Interest Disclosure for the Interview Process - Download Here

All employees of the City of Chicago have an obligation to abide by the rules established regarding the payment of debts to the city. Under a provision to Human Resources Rule XVIII, city employees must promptly pay all debts owed to the city, including parking tickets, water bills, vehicle stickers, taxes and fines, or face disciplinary action, which may include dismissal.
Click on this link to view the City's policy on Employee Indebtedness.

It is the policy of the City of Chicago to promote equal employment opportunities for all City employees and applicants, regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age or disability.
Click on link to view the City of Chicago Diversity and Equal Employment Opportunity Policy
How to File an Equal Employment Opportunity or Sexual Harassment Complaint

Click on this link to view the Personnel Rules

The City of Chicago is committed to providing a safe workplace for its employees. The Violence in the Workplace Policy is intended to provide guidelines for reporting and investigating incidents of violent conduct committed by City employees and for taking appropriate remedial action.

Click on this link to view the City's policy on Violence in the Workplace.

Violence in the Workplace Incident Report Form