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Under general supervision of the CFO the Human Resources Office is directed by the HR Administrator Senior. She provides employees with a comprehensive, coordinated human resource management support system that facilitates the Court’s goals and provides both management and employees with a human resource system based upon integrity and sound management principles.
HR provides guidance, information and training to employees, supervisors, managers, judges and justices regarding employment law; classification and compensation; recruitment and retention; position allocation; budget; payroll; benefits; federal and state rules, regulations, policies and procedures; personnel file management and accurately processes all human resources transactions.
To minimize disruptions in the workplace and restore the work environment to full productivity, HR facilitates the adjudication of employee grievances and disciplinary actions. The Office also provides supervisors with technical assistance regarding employee relations and how to help keep morale positive along with a positive work environment.
HR audits all time sheets, oversees all time and labor transactions, prepares and distributes payroll to Court staff. The Office also manages all occupational and health safety issues related with Notice of Accident reports, Workers’ Compensation claims, Family Medical Leave, Short and Long Term Disability and Americans with Disabilities Act issues.
The HR Administrator is the Court’s “Group Insurance Representative”, orienting new employees; providing information regarding Switch and/or Open Enrollment opportunities; acting as a liaison between employees and insurance carriers; and managing all health insurance enrollment and changes in coverage for Court employees.