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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 - Retirement Benefits

    City of Hagerstown

    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.

    • Compensation
    • Topics
    • Termination Topics
    • Retirement Plans
    • Policies
  • City of Hagerstown- Vacancies and Selections

    • Policies
  • City of Hagerstown- Safety and Health Porgram

    • Policies
  • City of Hagerstown Modified Duty

    • Policies
    • Resources
  • City of Hagerstown- Job Sharing

    • Policies
  • Abusive Conduct Policy- City of Gallatin

    • Policies
  • Hennepin County - Tuition Reimbursement Policy

    The county will share a portion of the cost of education for degree or certificate programs which directly improves employee performance in his/her job; helps achieve his/her department's or the county’s service mission, goals, and objectives; or enables an employee to prepare for a promotional position or another position within the county, subject to the county’s budget limitations and appointing authority approval. 

    • Compensation
    • Topics
    • Tuition Reimbursement
    • Retention Topics
    • Policies
  • City of Hagerstown, MD-PERSONNEL POLICY AUTHORITY, OBJECTIVES, AND SCOPE

    Pursuant to the authority granted by the laws of the State of Maryland, the following policies and procedures are set forth by the Mayor and City Council, the City Charter of Hagerstown, and the City Administrator. Exceptions to the polices may be made by the City Administrator. 

    • Personnel
    • Topics
    • Policies
  • Hennepin County-Tobacco Free Property Policy

    Pursuant to Resolution 11-0107, Hennepin County prohibits all tobacco use on County-owned and single tenant leased property (“Hennepin County Property”) described herein, including grounds, structures, parking ramps, parking lots, and equipment. The policy (the Hennepin County Tobacco Free Property Policy) supersedes the no-smoking policies adopted by the County Board of Commissioners under Resolutions 00-7-433R3 and 10-0397.

    • Health Topics
    • Policies
    • Tobacco/Smoking
  • Tuition Reimbursement FAQs- Hennepin County HR Department

    • Policies
    • Resources
    • Retention Topics
    • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Catastrophic Leave Policy- Castaic Lake Water Agency

    • Leave
    • Policies
  • Motor Vehicle Operations Policy- Tamarac

    • Policies
  • Nutrition Policy- Hennepin County

    • Policies
  • Charles County Theft Policy

    • Personnel Topics
    • Policies
    • Theft Policy
  • Wayne County Airport Authority: New Employee Relocation Program

    NEW EMPLOYEE RELOCATION PROGRAM The Wayne County Airport Authority (“WCAA”) recognizes that in order to attract the best qualified employees, it is sometimes appropriate to pay the moving expenses of new employees relocating to the metropolitan Detroit area. To accommodate these arrangements, the WCAA New Employee Relocation Program (“Program”) is developed related to the payment of relocation expenses. Expenses are expected to be reasonable and within approved departmental budgets. All expenditures will comply with current applicable regulations. Expenses are subject to the limitations contained in this Program. 

    • Policies
    • Relocation Policy
    • Travel Topics
  • Personnel Manual

    Kansas City, Missouri

    This Manual is an outline of the basic personnel policies, practices and procedures of the Housing Authority.  This Manual is not intended to and does not alter the employment-at-will relationship of any of the Authority’s employees in any way.

    • Personnel Policies
    • Policies
  • Charles County - Sample Departmental Compensatory Time Policy

    Effective January 1, 2011, non-exempt employees of the [insert Department or Office] will be required to use accrued compensatory leave for the first three days of any unscheduled approved absences regardless of whether their absence qualifies for the use of accrued sick leave, annual leave or any other accrued leave available to the employee.  Unscheduled absences eligible for bereavement leave, County authorized administrative leave or related to work place injuries will not be required to use accrued compensatory leave.

    • Compensation
    • Topics
    • Policies
    • Compensatory Time Policy
  • Charles County - Whistleblower Policy

    Charles County Government is committed to ethical standards of conduct.  This policy provides an avenue for employees to raise concerns regarding fraud, waste, and abuse, as well as reassurance they will be protected from reprisals for reporting, in good faith, possible misuse of County funds or resources.

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

    • Legal Topics
    • Policies
    • Whistleblower Protection
  • Tobacco Free Policy Workplace

    • Health Topics
    • Policies
    • Tobacco/Smoking