Welcome to the IPMA-HR HR Resources page, designed to give our public sector HR professional members quick and easy access to critical, time-saving “best practices” and peer-provided solutions specific to their own challenges. These resources keep our members current on trends and developments within the profession. HR Resources provides quick and easy access to sample policies and RFPs to help solve unique challenges within human resources.

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Recruitment

  • Hiring Topics
  • Policies
  • Recruitment and Selection

Website and Social Media Policy

Castaic Lake Water Agency

  • Social Media
  • Policies

Gloucester County-Inclement Weather Policy

Gloucester, VA

During inclement weather or an emergency/disaster situation, it may be necessary to close county offices or modify office-operating hours. This policy establishes the procedure(s) used to notify employees of the closing and delayed opening of Gloucester Country General Government facilities and offices during inclement weather or emergency/disaster situations.
  • Personnel Topics
  • Policies
  • Weather Policy
  • Town of South Windsor Wellness Policy

    • Health Topics
    • Policies
    • Wellness Programs
  • State of Tennessee - Career Ladder Teacher Payments

    The following guidelines and timelines are provided to help ensure uniform and expeditious payments to teachers qualifying for career ladder supplements in the following departments: Education (TDOE), Correction, Mental Health, Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, Human Services, and Children's Services.

    • Topics
    • Compensation
    • Retention Topics
    • Policies
    • Compensation Strategies
  • Copyrights of Training Materials

    • Copyright Policy
    • Personnel Topics
    • Policies
  • Portland, Oregon Administrative Leave

    • Leave
    • Policies
  • City of College Park, MD Wellness Program Policy

    • Health Topics
    • Policies
    • Wellness Programs
  • City of Cape Coral, FL Discrimination in Employment & Sexual Harassment

    To set forth the policy of the City of Cape Coral with respect to discrimination and harassment, including sexual harassment, and the City's internal procedure for handling employee complaints relating to alleged discrimination and harassment.

    • Conflict Topics
    • Employee Conduct
    • Policies
  • City of Cape Coral, FL-Hiring & Promoting Employees

    To provide departments with a process for hiring and promoting within the City of Cape Coral.

    • Policies
  • Oregon Metro - Jury Duty and Witness Leave

    It is Metro’s policy to comply with Oregon law allowing employees to take leave from work for jury duty without the loss of any employment benefits. Metro also provides leave to employees who are subpoenaed as witnesses. Benefits-eligible regular status and limited duration employees will be granted paid leave for jury duty and qualifying witness service.

    • Legal
    • Topics
    • Policies
    • Leave
  • Portland, Or Military Leave

    • Leave
    • Policies
  • Portland, Oregon Job Sharing Policy

    Portland, OR

    Metro permits two employees to share one full-time position if, in Metro's judgment, the position lends itself to a job sharing arrangement without decreasing efficiency or increasing the net cost of the position to Metro.

    • Retention
    • Alternative Work Schedules
  • City of Cape Coral, FL Family and Medical Leave Act

    • Family and Medical Leave Act
    • Legal Topics
    • Policies
  • Portland, Or leave Without Pay

    • Leave
    • Policies
  • City of Sacramento Sick Leave Wellness Incentive Program

    • Leave
    • Policies
  • Woodinville - Weapon-Free Workplace

    To ensure that Woodinville Fire & Rescue (the “District”) maintains a workplace safe and free of violence for all employees, the District prohibits the possession or use of weapons by employees inside any District facilities or during any District-related activity.

    • Personnel
    • Conflicts
    • Legal
    • Topics
    • Workplace Violence
    • Policies
    • Conflict Topics
  • Woodinville Compensation Strategies

    This policy is applicable to non-represented employees who are not working under an employment contract with the District. Non-represented employees who are working under an employment contract with the District and union-represented District employees are excluded from the terms of this policy. 

    • Compensation Strategies
    • Policies
    • Retention Topics
  • City of Annapolis - Electronic Use Policy

    Compliance with this administrative regulation will encourage responsible and acceptable use of electronic communications provided by the City of Annapolis [City], and will support the needs of citizens and City employees. This administrative regulation reflects a realization that efficient use of electronic communications can:

    ● Enhance partnership, community involvement and the exchange of information and ideas between citizens, businesses and local government.

    ● Provide information both internally and to the public about the activities and services of the City.

    ● Improve the quality, productivity and general cost-effectiveness of the City's work force. 

    • Technology
    • Topics
    • Conflicts
    • Technology Topics
    • Policies
    • Electronic Mail Policy
  • City of Annapolis Social Media Policy

    • Policies
    • Social Media
    • Technology Topics
  • Woodinville- Whistleblower Protection

    Encourage reporting by its employees of improper governmental action taken by District employees, Executive Team members and/or Commissioners

    • Legal
    • Personnel
    • Topics
    • Whistleblower Protection
    • Policies
    • Legal Topics
  • City of Annapolis Electronic Mail Policy

    • Electronic Mail Policy
    • Policies
    • Technology Topics
  • Woodinville Fire & Rescue - Inclement Conditions

    It is the policy of Woodinville Fire & Rescue to keep all services, offices, sections and divisions open and available to the public to the fullest extent possible during inclement conditions. 

    • Topics
    • Weather Policy
    • Policies
    • Personnel Topics