Welcome WACOG employee!
The mission of our Human Resources department is to develop and administer policies (the why) and procedures (the how) that attract and retain the highest caliber workforce available. In doing so, we will help ensure the morale, work quality, productivity, and customer service of WACOG meets or exceeds community and regulatory requirements. Our department is committed to WACOG and its employees in becoming a recognized leader in customer service through continuous quality improvement programs. Furthermore, Human Resources recognizes the importance of promoting and providing employment that encourages a healthy balance between a safe, fair, rewarding, quality work environment and personal/family life.
We hope you find this web page to be both valuable and user-friendly. As always, we invite your comments and suggestions on ways we can further improve our service and processes. To do so, please contact us directly here.
- Open Positions
- Referral Program (program pending)
- Group Life/AD&D
- Voluntary (additional) Life/AD&D
- AZ State Retirement System
- Deferred Compensation 457(b)
- Flexible Spending Account- Medical
- Medical Reimbursement Account
- Annual Leave
- Personal (sick) Leave
- Holiday Pay for observed holidays
Injured on the Job?
Notice to All Employees
The procedure for reporting an injury and seeking treatment is located in numerous locations around WACOG including in each Head Start/Early Head Start center, administrative offices, Human Resources, and in Agency Vehicles. Required forms are located in each procedure packet for use.
REMEMBER: If you wouldn’t go to the doctor for an injury that happened at home, then you probably do not need to go to the doctor if a similar injury happens at work. Please report any incident regardless of severity using the appropriate form within the procedure packet. Medical treatment can be sought at a later date if the injury was reported and does not resolve on it’s own. A report of injury filed appropriately with Human Resources will still be considered a worker’s compensation claim within 12 months.
Leave of Absence
Please contact Human Resources by phone or e-mail if you need to request a leave of absence under the following circumstances:
- Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
- Civil Duty (Jury/Subpoena)
- Military Orders
- Victim’s Rights
- Workplace injury
- Unpaid leave of more than one week.
- A leave of absence (paid or unpaid) of more than three weeks
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- Link to “Pictures from previous events” (to be added at a later date)
- Link to “Up and Coming” (to be added at a later date)
- Link to “FAQs” and “Did you know?” (to be added at a later date)