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Affirmative Action Discrimination Complaint Procedure
A complaint related to employment may be filed by any employee or applicant of the Department of Veterans’ Affairs who believes that an employment practice in the Department of Veterans’ Affairs has or will result in discrimination in employment.
Affirmative Action Plan Policy Statement
The ultimate purposes of the affirmative action program are to ensure equality at the Department of Veterans’ Affairs, avoid discrimination, intentional or inadvertent, and develop a work force that is truly representative of all segments of our population.
Application for Veterans Flag on Drivers License or Identity Card
Use this form to apply to add a veteran’s flag to your existing Connecticut driver license or identity card. Applications must be received no later than 30 days prior to the expiration date of your license.
Caregiver Med Cert (P-33B)
This medical certificate is to be used by employees seeking family leave to care for a spouse, child (under age 18 or 18 or older and incapable of self-care because of mental or physical disability), or parent with a “serious health condition” / “serious illness”.
Connecticut Wartime Service Medal Application
All Connecticut veterans with qualifying wartime military service are eligible to receive the Connecticut Veterans Wartime Service Medal.
Military personnel records can be used for proving military service or as a valuable tool in genealogical research.
Department of Veterans Affairs Ethics Statement
All Department of Veterans’ Affairs employees shall adhere to the highest ethical standards.
DVA Affirmative Action Discrimination Complaint Procedure
All complaints are to be filed with the Department of Veterans’ Affairs Human Resources Administrator, or in the absence of the Human Resources Administrator, with the Department Manager for investigation.
DVA Afirmative Action Policy Statement
Affirmative Action is a program of positive action, undertaken with conviction and effort, designed to overcome the present effect of the past policies, practices, and barriers to equal employment opportunity.
DVA Employee Manual
This handbook has been developed to serve as a guide in assisting you to understand the goals and objective of our Department and the State, to answer many of the questions you may have pertaining to rules and regulations which govern your employment and to inform you of benefits available to you.
DVA Legal Internship Application
Internships and Externships for course credit (with authorization by student’s college or university).
Find benefits and resources for State Employees from the Office of the State Comptroller
Employee FMLA Request
Employees are entitled to take up to 12 work weeks of unpaid leave in a 12-month period provided they meet eligibility and reason for leave requirements.
Employee Med Cert (P-33A)
This medical certificate is to be used by an employee who is or will be absent for health reasons including the birth of a child.
Employment and Examination Announcements
Data is updated for viewing on the DAS website on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Users may not have access to or may not see the most recent changes to their record due to this schedule. Be advised all information entered by DAS is immediately available for use by HR Professionals recruiting for state jobs.