"Your Committee’s work is vital to addressing a system that hard numbers and lived experiences have shown us is flawed," wrote Auditor Jennifer McGuirk in her Jan. 30, 2019 letter.
Safety, Trust and Belonging: The Workforce Equity Initiative Pages
Chief Operating Officer’s Response to Jemmott Rollins Group Recommendations
The proposed work plan highlights the role and authority of the Workforce Equity Strategic Plan Committee to monitor and assess progress towards existing WESP performance measures.
Following extensive employee and stakeholder feedback, the Board of County Commissioners on Jan. 31, 2019 adopted the following recommendations.
View "Workforce Equity Strategies: Recommendations to Strengthen and Improve Efforts in Multnomah County"
View key 2018-2019 milestones identified in the Workforce Equity Strategic Plan and Jemmott Rollins Group Recommendations.
Employees selected and ranked their top three priorities from a list of 14 strategies.
Focusing on racial equity provides the opportunity to introduce a framework, tools, and resources that can also be applied to other areas of marginalization.
Read this guide to get better oriented to the history, materials, and goals associated with the County’s workforce equity efforts.
View this timeline of major events relating to the current iteration of Multnomah County's workforce equity efforts.
View the work of and activities pertaining to the Workforce Equity Strategic Plan (WESP) Committee.
View the Workforce Equity Governance Project Charter
Meet the members of the Workforce Equity Strategic Plan Committee
Summary of departments' progress on minimum standards