Provides employment and payroll verifications for employees within the Department of Building and Safety.
To obtain employment verification for a Bureau of Sanitation employee, please call 213-978-1815. Please mail written verification forms to City of Los Angeles, BOS/Office of Management Employee Services, 200 N. Spring Street, Los Angeles, CA, 90012.
To verify employment of an employee working for the Bureau of Street Services contact the Personnel Department at (213) 978-1817. For all other Street Services Personnel related inquiries call (213) 847-0844.
CDD Human Resources Division provides assistance with employment verification.
Provides employment verification, employment status, and payroll information for City Attorney Employees.
To provide any items related to employment verification, payroll, and/or employment opportunities with the Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA).
The personnel division of General Services Department (GSD) can verify employment status of employees.
This service can help with inquiries regarding employment verification, payroll information, employment opportunities, and current personnel policies and procedures for the Department of Neighborhood Empowerment.
Employment Verification 213 367-1941 DWP Personnel Receptionist 213 367-1934. note: DWP full-time employment is administered by the City Personnel Office.
Employee verification for employees of the Bureau of Street Lighting.
The phone number listed below is the contact for employment verification for all past Los Angeles City employees. Requests related to current City employees should be referred to their employing department.
The Office of the City Clerk provides employment verification of personnel assigned to the Office of the City Clerk, Mayor's Office, all Council District Offices and the Office of the Chief Legislative Analyst.
Contact Anna Burton for employee verification.
When someone calls to verify employment or payroll information, contact 213-978-4545.
To verify employment or payroll information for staff of the City of Los Angeles Harbor Department only. Does not include staff of Port tenants or longshoremen.
For employment verification of Los Angeles Housing Housing + Community Investment Department staff, please contact the Personnel Department at (213) 808-8804 or via fax (213) 808-8477.
The Information Technology Agency (ITA) can provide employment verification of ITA employees for financial and other business institutions from 7am-4pm.
For all employee verifications contact the Library's Human Resources Office 213-228-7430.
For employment verification please contact the Personnel Office at (213)741-1151 ext. 5420, Monday through Friday, between 8:30am and 4:30pm. Please fax written verification to (213)765-4511.
Office of Finance - Employee Verifications are performed by Finance's Personnel section in conjunction with Payroll Services. Employee verification is provided at the request of Finance employees seeking verification of employment for personal business, legal and other matters.
The City Administrative Officer Personnel Section responds to inquiries regarding full-time and part-time employment verification, payroll information, and current personnel policies and procedures for the Office of the City Administrative Officer.
Answer questions regarding pension and retirement benefits
Los Angeles City Employees' Retirement System, or LACERS, provides assistance to Retired Members whose retirement checks have been lost or stolen.
The phone number listed below is the contact to verify employment for employees currently working in the City's Personnel Department.
The Public Works Office of Management Employee Services (OMES)provides verifies the employment of Bureau of Contract Administration employees.
Service Credit Purchases are one way for City employees who are Active Los Angeles City Employees' Retirement System Members to increase their retirement benefits. Service Credit Purchases may include: Government Service Buybacks Full-time employment with other governmental entities Uncompensated ... (see full description)
The Los Angeles City Employees Retirement System, or LACERS, is a department of the City of Los Angeles, established by City Charter in 1937, to provide a retirement benefits to the civilian employees of the City of Los Angeles, representing three-fifths of the Citys workforce. The remaining ... (see full description)
Los Angeles City Employees' Retirement System, or LACERS, offers individualized retirement counseling for active City employees prior to retirement to discuss their benefits. Contact LACERS to schedule an appointment to discuss your monthly retirement allowance, medical/dental subsidy, continuance ... (see full description)
Los Angeles City Employees' Retirement System, or LACERS, offers a financial benefit, known as a health plan subsidy, to retirees who are age 55 or older with at least 10 years of Service. To receive the subsidy, you must be enrolled in a LACERS-sponsored health plan or be a participant in the ... (see full description)
The Los Angeles City Employees' Retirement System, or LACERS, offers several publications for Active and Retired City Employees. Publications such as the Summary Plan Description, the Health Benefits Guide, the Termination Guide, the Family Death Benefit Insurance Plan (FDBIP) brochure, the Larger ... (see full description)
You must complete a Working Aged Form if you are retiring after age 65 and/or your dependent(s) are over age 65. Contact Social Security directly for the form.
Service credit accounts for the hours you have worked for the City of Los Angeles as an Active Los Angeles City Employees' Retirement System, generally expressed in years. Service Credit is used to calculate your future retirement benefit. Service credit can include time purchased through LACERS ... (see full description)
Los Angeles City Employees' Retirement System, or LACERS, provides Service Retirement Applications for Active Members who are eligible to retire under the requirements expressed by the retirement system. For further information, please contact LACERS.
Los Angeles City Employees' Retirement Service, or LACERS, provides assistance to Surviving Spouses and/or Domestic Partners on the event of the death of an Active or Retired Member. For further information, please contact LACERS.
Before terminating, ending, or leaving City employment, contact LACERS to discuss what you want done with your retirement contributions and interest earned. If you have 5 or more years Service Credit, your options may include a Normal Service Retirement, Early Service Retirement, or a Deferred ... (see full description)
The Zoo Human Resources Office responds to inquiries regarding employment verification, full and part-time employment, and current personnel policies and procedures.