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
  • City of Tamarac Education Assistance Program

    Purpose: To establish guidelines and procedures for the implementation and
    administration of the City’s Education Assistance Program. Through the
    provision of limited financial assistance, it is the City’s intent to encourage and
    support the continued professional development of its employees. The program
    has been designed to assist employees in achieving educational goals that are
    beneficial to the City, as well as the individual employee. Furthermore, the
    benefits provided through the Education Assistance Program support the City’s
    strategic goal of creating and sustaining a culture conducive to the development
    and retention of skilled employees.

    • Compensation
    • Tuition Reimbursement
    • Retention Topics
    • Policies
  • Tuition Reimbursement

    Campbell County

    Regular full time employees of the Town shall be eligible to receive financial assistance for approved courses completed at an accredited educational institution.

    • Compensation
    • Tuition Reimbursement
    • Retention Topics
  • Holiday Leave

    The Human Resources Department will distribute a listing of observed holidays for continuous and non-continuous operations annually. 

    • Personnel
    • Topics
    • Policies
    • Leave
  • FMLA Policy

    Each employee who has been employed by the City for at least one year and has worked at least 1,250 hours during the previous rolling 12 months is entitled to 12 weeks of unpaid, job protected leave during any 12-month period for any of the following reasons

    • Personnel
    • Topics
    • Policies
  • Other Leave

    • Leave
    • Policies
    • Retention Topics
  • Saline County Discipline

    • Conflict Topics
    • Disciplinary Procedures
    • Policies
  • Saline County Progressive Discipline Policy

    PERSONNEL POLICIES AND PROCEDURES

     

    • Conflict Topics
    • Disciplinary Procedures
    • Policies
  • City of Hagerstown-Safety and Health Program

    The City of Hagerstown's Safety and Health Program will be directed and coordinated by the Human Resource Department. 

    • Health and Safety
    • Health Topics
    • Policies
  • Social Media Policy

    • Policies
    • Social Media
    • Technology Topics
  • Position Classification

    • Classification and Compensation
    • Policies
    • RFPs
  • Leave Without Pay

    Leave of Absences Without Pay may be granted for a period not to exceed one year. All requests for leave will be made on the appropriate form, through the department manager, and forwarded to the Human Resources Office and will be reviewed on an individual basis.

    • Personnel
    • Topics
    • Retention Topics
    • Policies
    • Leave
  • Deferred Compensation

    • Compensatory Time
    • Policies
    • Retention Topics
  • State of Maryland-Retirement Benefits

    The City is a member of the Maryland State Retirement and Pension Agency. The MSRPA is a State agency that administers retirement benefits for over 100 jurisdictions in Maryland. The City has no other retirement plans and no pension obligations to its retirees other than the benefits provided by the MSRPA. NOTE: This section does not apply to sworn members of the Police and Fire Departments who are covered under the Police/Fire Retirement Plan. 

    • Compensation
    • Personnel
    • Hiring
    • Topics
    • Policies
  • Modified Duty

    • Policies
  • City of Hagerstown - Performance Appraisal Program

    The City of Hagerstown's performance appraisal process encourages employee development by making the employee part of the process, and thereby optimizing productivity.

    • Topics
    • Retention Topics
    • Policies
    • Performance Management
  • Personnel Department

    The Personnel Department is responsible for the administration of all Personnel related policies and procedures in this manual and any others directed by the Mayor and City Council and/or City Administrator. 

    • Personnel Policies
    • Policies
  • Hazardous Wealther

    • Personnel Topics
    • Policies
    • Weather Policy
  • Workers Compensation Leave

    • Leave
    • Policies
    • Retention Topics
  • Authority, Objectives and Scope

    • Policies
  • Vacancies Recruitment and Selection

    • Hiring Topics
    • Policies
    • Recruitment and Selection