Human Resources Department
As of March 17, 2020, the City of Redondo Beach will temporarily suspend public access to City facilities, including City Hall. All City business will be conducted over the phone, via e-mail, and/or by appointment only.
To conduct business with Human Resources, please contact us using the following means:
Click here to e-mail Human Resources
To schedule an appointment to conduct on-site business, you must first contact us via phone or e-mail. No walk-ins will be allowed without an appointment. At this time, phone lines will be staffed during regular business hours only. If you are unable to reach a staff member, please leave a voicemail and your call will be returned as soon as possible during business hours.
For Employees Affected by COVID-19 Reductions in Hours:
To help combat the spread of COVID-19, the City of Redondo Beach has enacted many different measures affecting our business operations and employees. Due to the directives issued by state and local public health agencies, the City can only conduct essential business services at this time.
We understand this means there are employees who will face a reduction in hours until such time normal business operations resume. If you are affected by a reduction in hours due to measures taken to fight COVID-19 (because you would otherwise be working if normal business operations were in place), you may be eligible to file for unemployment through the State of California.
Claims may be filed through the State of California Employment Development Department (EDD) regarding how to file your claim. Due to high demand, the EDD recommends using the online portal available at https://www.edd.ca.gov/claims.htm to file your claim. If you have technical difficulties, you may also contact the EDD in English at 1-800-300-5616. Other languages are available on the EDD website, as well as information outlining the EDD’s hours of operation.
There is information you will need to have available to file your claim. This information includes items such as:
- Last Employer Information
- Name of company as it appears on your pay check stub or W-2 form
- Complete mailing address including zip code and physical location
- Company’s phone number and supervisor’s name
- The reason for working reduced hours or no longer working with the employer
- Period of employment (start date and end date)
- Wages earned and how you were paid (hourly, weekly, monthly)
The City will continue to take the necessary measures to help protect the health and safety of our employees and our community. For the most up-to-date information on the City’s response to COVID-19, please visit the City’s Coronavirus information website at https://www.redondo.org/depts/city_manager/coronavirus_update.asp.
About the Department:
The Human Resources Department provides centralized support to the City's management staff, employees, and to the City Council in the areas of labor and employee relations, employee training/development, health and safety, recruitment and selection, compensation and classification, employee benefits administration, and the administration of the City's workers' compensation and general liability programs.
Human Resources Department Mission:
The mission of the Human Resources Department is to provide the City of Redondo Beach with a full range of hire through retire services, by providing a dedicated focus on recruitment, training, talent retention and employee engagement. Our purpose is to help City departments meet their strategic, operational and administrative goals via effective recruitment, minimization of risk, compliance with Federal, State and local laws, and maintenance of positive labor relations.
Working for the City:
Interested in working for the City of Redondo Beach? Visit our Career Opportunities website to learn more!
For more information, or if you have any questions, please feel free to e-mail Human Resources or use the Access Redondo Customer Service Center button below.