Employee Resource Groups
The goal of these groups in is to help leverage the City's workforce diversity to:
- foster inclusion, and
- deliver the best public service possible.
Employee Resource Groups deepen employee engagement and satisfaction in the workplace. They provide a sense of community and belonging. ERGs work to find ways to make a positive impact in the lives of employees, and residents.
The Office of Equity and Inclusion supports Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) in the effort to enhance workplace quality. We want to facilitate communication and collaboration across departments, up and through seniority levels.
ERGs aim to create a culture that values the contributions of all employees. Our goal is to provide equal opportunity for professional development and career advancement.
There are currently eight different Employee Resource Groups engaging over 1000 employees. The groups are centered around a variety of interests and identities.
Are you a new City of Boston employee or looking to connect with like-minded employees outside of your department? Check out the group pages below for more information on meeting times and events.
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Asian and Pacific Islander American Employee Resource Group
The Asian and Pacific Islander American Employee Resource Group (APIA ERG) is here to build community among APIA...
Bicycle / Active Transportation Group
We are a group of City of Boston employees working to build connections among colleagues via biking, rolling, walking...
City Hall Book Club
We bring City employees together to explore issues that affect Boston and other urban areas.
Women's Employee Resource Group
We bring together women across all departments at the City of Boston.
City of Boston Toastmasters
We are the first Toastmasters International chapter formed within a municipal government in Massachusetts.
Latinx Employee Resource Group
The Latinx Employee Resource Group (ERG) serves as a network of employees at the City of Boston.
LGBTQ Employee Resource Group
City of Boston employees are transgender, queer, intersex, asexual, lesbian, gay, bisexual, and questioning. They...