Equal Employment Opportunity
At the City of Minneapolis, our commitment to diversity and inclusion is crucial to living up to our values and fulfilling our goals. Two of our most important stated goals are equity and running the City well. One of the most important ways that we achieve those goals is by holding ourselves accountable for equal opportunity as an employer. Two ways that we are holding ourselves accountable are:
- Publication of a comprehensive Equal Employment Opportunity Report that tells the story of the composition of the City's workforce, highlights successful programs and initiatives that are diversifying the City's workforce, and addresses challenges through goal setting and action-oriented plans for each City department.
- Providing quarterly dashboard reports that track and monitor our progress towards meeting our workforce diversity goals.
Equal Employment Opportunity Report
Since 1983, City of Minneapolis ordinance has required the development of an equal employment opportunity report, which includes action-oriented goals and timetables for the hiring, promoting, and retention of people of color, women, and persons with disabilities.
The current Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Report, for the period from January 1, 2014 to December 31, 2015, is available below. This report measures the current state of our progress toward having a city workforce that is more reflective of the community we serve.
City Workforce Dashboard Reports
The workforce dashboard reports below are intended to benchmark the diversity of the city's workforce and track progress towards reaching our diversity goals.
These dashboards are a work in progress and will be updated with additional department-specific workforce data in early 2018.
Last updated Oct 19, 2017