Human Resources strives to ensure that the City supports its work force throughout the employee work life-cycle and are responsible for human resource services and retaining our dynamic, diverse workforce as well as developing and administering our Rules, Policies, Salary System, Training, Occupational Safety, Performance Management, and Benefits programs to create a quality employee experience. Our job is to ensure that employees and managers receive resources required to meet business needs and to have a fulfilling work environment.
Resources For Supervisors and Representatives
We provide resources and forms for Human Resources Supervisors and Representatives to use throughout the employee work life cycle from new hire to retirement or termination. Go to Resources for Supervisors
Resources For Employees
We provide various resources and forms for Employees throughout their work cycle. Go to Resources for Employees
Workplace Conduct, Sexual Harassment, and Personal Violence
The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County is an equal opportunity employer. As such, employee discrimination and harassment are prohibited. The Metropolitan Government has also established a workplace conduct policy to prevent and protect all Metro employees from abusive behavior or conduct at work. Metro Human Resources is here to assist all Metropolitan Government employees. If you are a Metropolitan Government employee who has experienced discrimination, harassment, or abusive behavior or conduct at work, please contact Metro Human Resources directly for assistance at [email protected] or call 615-862-6640 and ask for an Employee Relations representative.
The Metropolitan Government is committed to assisting all Metro employees who are experiencing physical or sexual abuse at home or in the workplace. If you have experienced this type of abuse or are concerned for a loved one, Metro's Office of Family Safety offers free and confidential help. You can contact their advocates at 615-880-1100 or come to the Family Safety Center (no appointment needed) Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at 610 Murfreesboro Pike, Nashville, TN 37210. You are not alone.
More information on the Metropolitan Government's employment related Civil Service rules and policies including workplace conduct (Policy Section 3.1-III) and domestic violence in the workplace (Policy Section 3.1-IV) policies can be found within our Civil Service Policies document. The policies related to equal opportunity employment practices free of discrimination and harassment, workplace conduct, and domestic violence in the workplace apply and support all Metropolitan Government employees through Civil Service Rules and Policies or Mayor's Executive Orders.
Contact Central Human Resources
Human Resources Department
404 James Robertson Parkway Suite 1000
Nashville, TN 37219
Employee Self Service
You have the ability to change your address and phone number via Employee Self Service. Your Department HR Coordinator will be providing you with instruction on how you can access these features as well as printing your pay stub, changing your auto deposit information and W-4's. To learn how to manage these processes please contact your HR Coordinator.