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 Hagerstown - Equal Employment Opportunity

    The Personnel Manager is responsible for ensuring the City's compliance with all applicable laws regulating equal employment opportunity and for developing programs designed to meet identified needs in the area of equal employment opportunity. 

    • Topics
    • Policies
  • Job Sharing

    • Policies
  • Sample Educational Assistance

    This program provides financial educational assistance to regular full time employees for approved educational functions including credit and non-credit college level courses, correspondence courses, extension courses, and on or off campus courses that are successfully completed by the employee. In addition to employment-related individual college courses, the policy also provides educational assistance for courses in an approved declared educational curriculum. 

    • Compensation
    • Hiring
    • Personnel
    • Topics
    • Retention Topics
    • Policies
    • Education
  • Wage and Salary Administration

    • Compensatory Time
    • Policies
    • Retention Topics
  • Saline County Interns Externs and Volunteer Policy

    All Employees, Interns, and Volunteers of Saline County except Sheriff’s Office Reserves and Mounted Patrol volunteers.

    • Conflict Topics
    • Policies
    • Volunteering
  • Probationary Period

    • Policies
    • Probationary Period
    • Retention Topics
  • Smoking in the Workplace Policy

    The purpose of this policy is to comply with the State of Maryland requirements on smoking in the workplace and to promote the safety and well being of all City employees by limiting smoking within and around City facilities. 

    • Health
    • Topics
    • Tobacco/Smoking
    • Policies
    • Health Topics
  • Ceres Catastrophic Policy

    • Policies
    • Resources
  • City of Hagerstown- Probationary Period

    • Policies
  • The City of Hagerstown Take Home Vehicle Policy

    • RFP
  • City of Hagerstown - Hazardous Weather Policy

    All employees are expected to report to work for their regular shift. The only exceptions are those personnel on previously approved leave, or those whose positions allow the use of Liberal Leave.

    • Personnel Topics
    • Policies
    • Weather Policy
  • City of Hagerstown: Position Classification

    The classification plan provides a system of titles and position description language for salaried employees throughout the City.  

    • Personnel
    • Hiring
    • Topics
    • Policies
  • City of Hagerstown- Preparation of Position Description

    • Policies
  • City of Hagerstown- Other type of Leave

    • Policies
  • City of Hagerstown Social Media Policy

    • Policies
    • Social Media
    • Technology Topics
  • City of Hagerstown- Sick Leave

    Full time employees will earn the equivalent of one (1) sick day per month, accruing at 1.8462 hours/ week.

    • Policies
    • Topics
    • Personnel
    • Retention
  • City of Hagerstown: Smoking in the Workplace

    • Health Topics
    • Policies
    • Tobacco/Smoking
  • City of Hagerstown - Wage and Salary Administration

    The pay plan consists of the salary schedules which set forth the pay ranges, consisting of minimum, intermediate and maximum rates of pay for all salaried personnel.

    • Compensation
    • Topics
    • Policies
  • City of Hagerstown Cell Phone Policy

    • Cell Phones
    • Policies
    • Technology Topics
  • City of Hagerstown - Whistleblower Policy

    The City of Hagerstown expects employees to observe high standards of business and personal ethics in the conduct of their duties and responsibilities. As an employee of the City of Hagerstown, we must practice honesty and integrity in fulfilling our responsibilities and comply with all applicable laws and regulations. This policy is intended to encourage and enable employees to raise serious concerns within the organization.

    • Conflicts
    • Topics
    • Whistleblower Protection
    • Policies
    • Legal Topics