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File #: 14-0578    Version: 1
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 4/11/2014 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 4/29/2014 Final action: 4/29/2014
Title: Health and Human Services Agency and Human Resources recommending the Board approve and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 046-2014 amending the Authorized Personnel Allocation Resolution 063-2013 for the Health and Human Services Agency to delete 1.0 FTE Principal Staff Services Analyst and 1.0 FTE Staff Services Analyst, and add 1.0 FTE Administrative Services Officer. FUNDING: State, Federal, and General Fund.
Attachments: 1. A - Resolution for HHSA HR Allocations 4-29-14, 2. Executed Resolution 046-2014 (BOS 4-29-14)
Title
Health and Human Services Agency and Human Resources recommending the Board approve and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 046-2014 amending the Authorized Personnel Allocation Resolution 063-2013 for the Health and Human Services Agency to delete 1.0 FTE Principal Staff Services Analyst and 1.0 FTE Staff Services Analyst, and add 1.0 FTE Administrative Services Officer.

FUNDING: State, Federal, and General Fund.
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Fiscal Impact/Change to Net County Cost
Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) is requesting the deletion of the Principal Staff Services Analyst and Staff Services Analyst positions supporting HHSA Human Resource operations and the addition of an Administrative Services Officer position that is Human Resource directed to better support the Human Resources needs of the Agency with an anticipated cost savings of approximately $98,000.

Background
In recent years, HHSA has been operating a hybrid Human Resources model where some functions have been addressed by HHSA staff and others by County Human Resources staff. HHSA has experienced a high volume of recruitments and complex disciplinary issues that have presented challenges in meeting the needs of the Agency as currently structured. The addition of the Administrative Services Officer position will allow for stronger management of the Human Resources functions, while working more closely with County Human Resource Analysts, to meet the demands of HHSA. This model is anticipated to provide for greater consistency with County Human Resources (HR) while maximizing efficiency by working directly and collaboratively with County Human Resources Analysts.

Reason for Recommendation
County Human Resources recently completed an assessment of the human resources needs in HHSA and determined that in order to support the regular demands of the Agency that a direct and collaborative human resources model will maximize efficiency and ensure consistency required to meet the demanding and comp...

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