Note: State Human Resources and agency representatives recently completed the HR Management Report Improvement Project recommendations. See Announcements for more information.
What agencies must submit HR Management Reports?
- Executive branch agencies with 100+ employees
Note: Agencies with fewer than 100 employees are not required to submit the HR Management Report; however, DES' Small Agency Client Services will provide an aggregated report representing small agency Affirmative Action Employment Plans as well as information on executive orders related to agency Veteran Employment Plans, Disability Employment Plans, and Telework / Flexible Work Hours.
When is the report due and where do I submit it?
What will be included in the Agency HR Management Report?
The FY 2014 Agency HR Management Report Template includes:
- Executive Summary
- Employee Performance Management
- Employee Survey
- Affirmative Action Employment Plan
- Executive Orders:
- Veteran's Employment Plan
- Disability Employment Plan
- Telework / Flexible Work Hours
What will the State HR Division provide?
As in prior years, State Human Resources will run all agency performance data that data available from HRMS and the HRMS Business Intelligence (BI) system and compile the FY 2014 Statewide HR Management Report. This report includes each agency's data and a statewide rollup for most* performance measures.
Agencies are encouraged to use their workforce data provided on the statewide report to complete their agency 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 Labor Relations and the Director's Review/Personnel Resources Board.
What resources do I have to put together my HR Management Report?
What other information is available related to the HR Management Report?