• The Human Resources Department is responsible for Human Capital Management in the following areas:
    Staffing Management
    • Creating strategies and processes for sourcing, recruiting, and retaining the human resources needed to support the district objectives, including pre-employment screening, substitutes, recruitment, and leave management.
    Labor Relations
    • Dealing with the elements of formal labor management, collective bargaining and contract administration, and labor management meetings.
    Employee Relations
    • Dealing with maintaining a positive, productive and cohesive work environment, ensuring that relations with employees comply with applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations; and resolving workplace disputes, conflict resolution, anti-harassment, unemployment hearings, and disciplinary matters.  
    • Designing and administering compensation systems including Career 203, the professional development model for educators, and evaluating our pay practices.  
    Employee Development and Performance
    • Addressing performance management, performance measurement systems, mentoring, leadership development, talent management, and succession planning.