North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale ISD 622

SchoolDistrict 622

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The ISD 622 Human Resources Department believes in…

 

  • An HR strategy anchored to mission
  • Service organized around our customers
  • Focusing on people and relationships
  • Adding value to everything we do
  • Attracting, developing and retaining a quality workforce
  • Creating an organizational culture that people desire
  • Anticipating change and understanding what is necessary to implement it
  • Increasing diversity among our staff
  • Taking advantage of new technologies
    "A desirable, respectful workplace where quality people achieve our mission."

    A staff of eight oversees the human resources functions of 1,500 full- and part-time positions in the school district. This is a skeleton-sized staff compared to the human resources staffs of comparably-sized districts, who may employ as many as twice this number to complete the same amount of work asked of District 622 human resources staff members.
    The department's activities include:
    • Staffing/recruitment and selection Attract and retain quality employees of diverse backgrounds. Advertise, recruit, process, evaluate, hire, place, orient.
    • Organizational effectiveness/internal consulting Establish meaningful partnerships with our internal customers to improve the effectiveness of the organization through projects and initiatives.
    • Performance management Assure that performance is aligned with School Board goals and vision. Create a culture of frequent performance feedback and consistent performance expectations. Performance appraisals and corrective measures taken when necessary.
    • Benefits administration/management Procure insurance plans, enroll employees and administer claims, customer service issues and cost effectiveness. Manage the time-off system.
    • Compensation/classification/job evaluation Provide competitive wages that aid in recruitment, retention and positive organizational culture. Develop job specifications for all positions. Undertake ongoing job evaluation and reclassification process.
    • Employee/labor relations Grievance resolution, contract negotiations, and problem resolution for seven bargaining units.
    • Organizational health Wellness program, return-to-work program, workers' compensation, FMLA and ADA accommodations, safety issues.
    • Human Resources records management Establish and maintain all employee records.
    • Personnel transactions Record and track wage, step, and lane changes, as well as promotions, job transfers, hirings, terminations, payroll adjustments.

 

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