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In 2017 the Employee Communications Team shared the stories of your successes, County priorities and initiatives, career opportunities, and work-related news and events through various communications channels, including the weekly Employee News e-newsletter, the KC Employee News blog, our LinkedIn account and YouTube channel. In this year’s Employee Survey, 75% of you said you felt well-informed about…

Changes coming to Healthy Incentives 

Last summer, we asked you for your input on our health and well-being program. With the support of our labor partners, we heard from more than 2,400 employees throughout the County.   Thank you for sharing your candid feedback. Getting your input is an important part of our commitment to Investing in You and essential to continuous improvement.…

Employee discounts to Monster Jam and Disney Live 

Employees can access discounted tickets to Monster Jam at the Tacoma Dome, Jan 12 – 14 and Disney Live at the ShoWare Center in Kent, Jan. 28. Buy Monster Jam tickets here and Disney Live! tickets here.  Monster Jam – Employees can get discounted tickets to Monster Jam at the Tacoma Dome in Tacoma, WA, January 12-14, 2018. Click here for instructions. …

KCInform test will help us reach employees in emergencies

Thank you to everyone who participated in Tuesday’s test of KCInform, King County’s employee emergency notification system. The results of the test will be used to ensure we can reach employees in an emergency with critical, time-sensitive information – at work, home or on-the-go. If you haven’t yet registered your personal contact or work cell information,…

Innovative program sets employees on road to success

The first graduates from an innovative new program that helps employees get a key credential for moving their careers forward were recognized by King County Executive Dow Constantine and Metro General Manager Rob Gannon at a small ceremony this week. Through a partnership between King County Metro, South Seattle College, and the Amalgamated Transit Union…

October 31: Test of KCInform employee alert system

King County will test KCInform, our employee emergency notification system, on the morning of Tuesday, October 31. This system allows us to reach County employees by phone, text, and email with timely information in an emergency or natural disaster to keep you, your co-workers, and your customers safe.   In January this year you received an email from noreply@codered.com asking…

Historic labor agreement delivers on our employee-focused priorities

King County and the Coalition of Unions have reached a tentative agreement on a three-year Master Labor Agreement (MLA) that will, once ratified, help the County advance towards its goal to be a workplace where every employee has the tools, knowledge and support to innovate, achieve their career goals and deliver equitable, high quality service to our…