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2024 Pay and Holiday Calendar
The 2024 Pay and Holiday Calendar is now available.

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Come work for us! We’re hiring. DHRM transitioned to a new recruitment management system! Search for new jobs and apply here www.jobs.virginia.gov 

Changes to Family and Medical Leave Policy
Effective January 10, 2023, Policy 4.20 changed the 12-month measurement period from the fixed 12-month period using the Leave Year to a rolling 12-month period. See more


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Upcoming Events and Activities

  • September 2023 Financial Wellness Program

    Providing resources to help you achieve financial independence & wellness remain a priority in 2023. Please check out this month's flyer to obtain the details of the financial education offerings and resources.

  • OSHA Program Development

    This session is designed to provide an overview of the key components of written programs and policies required by the Virginia OSHA General Industry Standards. Topics include bloodborne pathogen program, confined space entry program, emergency action and fire prevention plans, fire extinguisher program, hazard communication program, hearing conservation program, lockout-tagout program, personal protective equipment, and respiratory protection program.

  • Slips, Trips and Falls Prevention

    Slips, trips, and falls injuries are one of the leading causes of employee injury in the Commonwealth of Virginia. This course is designed to educate employees on the prevention of injuries associated with slips, trips, and falls. This course will define the difference between a slip, trip, and fall, the risk factors associated with each group, prevention techniques, and ladder safety.

  • Office Safety: It's a Jungle in there!

    Many snapshot surveys conducted by the Commonwealth of Virginia’s (COV) Loss Control consultants have identified some potential hazards in the COV state offices. This course is designed to give Commonwealth of Virginia employees strategies and solutions to create a safe office work environment. Who should attend: HR Managers and office staff; safety and Risk Managers; Safety and Health Coordinators and anyone that desires to increase their knowledge of office safety.

  • Safety Officer Networking Meeting

    These facilitator-driven Safety Officer Networking Meetings (SONM) are designed so state safety professionals can meet and share ideas in a safe and judgmental-free environment. This “meeting of the minds” helps to connect state safety officers with individuals in similar roles and gives participants an opportunity to meet and learn from each other.

  • Powered Industrial Trucks: Train the Trainer

    This half-day course covers the classroom portion of powered industrial truck training for people who will be required to train agency employees to operate powered industrial trucks. The class focuses on OSHA requirements and technical knowledge required for forklift training.