What agencies must submit HR Management Reports?
- Executive branch agencies with 100+ employees; AND
- Agencies required to submit Affirmative Action Plans (note: Agencies not required to submit HR Management Reports may submit this section only for Affirmative Action reporting)
When is the report due and where do I submit it?
What will be included in the Agency HR Management Report?
Agencies will complete the FY 2013 HR Management Report Agency Template (see resources section below).
The agency template includes:
- Targeted measures and analyses on key workforce successes and challenges, employee performance, and employee survey outcomes.
- Affirmative Action Plans, including impacts of prior strategies, current issues, strategies, partnerships and/or collaborative relationships. Plans will also include sections addressing the current initiatives focusing on the employment of Veterans and People with Disabilities.
Note: This template replaces all previous agency templates. SHRD will no longer be maintaining or accepting previous MS Powerpoint HR Management Report templates.
What will the State HR Division provide?
The State HR Division will run all agency performance measures
that are available from the HRMS Business Intelligence (BI) reports and compile the FY 2013 Statewide HR Management Report. This report includes each agency's data and a statewide rollup for most*
Agencies are encouraged to use their workforce data provided on the statewide report to complete their own HR Management report analysis.
*Agencies will provide data on employee performance evaluations/expectations in their HR Management Reports. Grievance/Appeals data will be provided by the Labor Relations Division and Director's Review/Personnel Resources Board. Time-to-Hire will be provided by the On-line Recruiting System (OLRS).
What resources do I have to put together my HR Management Report?
What other information is available related to the HR Management Report?