的 HR Reference Manual is an extensive resource on human resources in the public sector.
Table of Contents
Learn successful human resources 实践 taking into consideration legal requirements such as understanding your appointing authority and general public employment concepts like “employment-at-will.” Discover best management 实践 for effective recruitment, employee recognition, and opportunities to develop new skills. Find brief introductions to applicable state and federal laws.
Review in detail the two major goals of the hiring process: (1) recruiting and selecting the best-qualified applicant for the job, and (2) compliance with all applicable laws to model best employment 实践 so the city is able to defend itself if legally challenged.
第三章: 纪律 & 终止
Understand the laws, 实践, and policies a city should consider at the end of an employment relationship through resignation, 退休, or involuntary discharge.
Learn effective and legal compensation 实践 and policies. Find explanations of compensation plans and other types of pay increases. Review minimum wage and overtime laws. Understand payroll issues like when wages are due and permitted withholdings and deductions.
Find key considerations and concepts for options in leave benefits, other employee benefit programs and events, such as tuition assistance or recognition programs, and insurance benefits such as health, 牙科, 生活, 残疾, and long-term care. Understand benefits eligibility, benefits contribution structures, and requirements for offering continuation of benefits.
第六章: Labor Relations
(Special thanks to Scott Lepak of Barna, Guzy & 史蒂芬,有限公司. for his expertise and collaboration with the League of Minnesota Cities on this chapter)
Learn how a city can maintain its management rights and engage in effective and legal labor relations and bargaining 实践. Understand the basics of union organizing, negotiating union contracts, and working through mediation, interest arbitration, 或者罢工.
第七章: Personnel Policies
Learn about those public-sector personnel 实践 that can be effectively managed, at least in part, by following well-written policy language.