The Columbus Consolidated Government (CCG) is committed to equal employment opportunity. CCG will not discriminate against any employee or applicant in employment decisions based on race, age, color, religion, national origin, sex, or disability. Decisions in hiring, promotions, demotions, transfers, working conditions, compensation, training, or termination will not be made with unlawful discrimination.
To learn more about the City's Affirmative Action Program, visit our Affirmative Action division web page.
The Office of Risk Management is responsible for overseeing the City's Workers' Compensation Program, managing liability claims filed against the City, conducting internal investigations of incidents involving City vehicles or equipment, placing insurance coverages and managing insurance claims, and for the development and implementation of loss control measures that benefit City employees and save taxpayer dollars.
More resources for filing accident/incident reports and the City's Workers' Compensation Program can be found on the Risk Management web page.
Training & Development
The Learning Center is committed to ensuring that adequate learning and development opportunities are available to CCG employees by providing specialized skill training, with a high level of professionalism and suitable facilitation.
Visit the Training & Development web page for a list of offered training courses.