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41-763. Powers and duties of the director relating to personnel

The director shall:

1. Appoint employees necessary to perform the duties prescribed by this article.

2. Have authority for developing and administering a program of personnel administration for the state service in conformance with the personnel rules.

3. Have authority to establish such offices as may be necessary to maintain an effective and economical program of personnel administration.

4. Have the power to deputize employees in various state agencies where certain of the functions of personnel administration can be performed by such deputies.

5. Make an annual report and recommendation to the legislature and the joint legislative budget committee as provided in section 41-763.01.

6. Adopt rules relating to personnel and personnel administration.

7. Subject to legislative appropriation, have the authority to contract for the services of consultants necessary to perform the annual salary plan and salary plan adjustment recommendations.

8. Establish a mandatory program of annual personnel management training for all state employees with supervisory or managerial responsibility that is appropriate to the nature and scope of the employees' supervisorial responsibilities. The director may waive the annual mandatory training on a case by case basis. The training shall include at least the following subjects:

(a) Basic employee supervisory or managerial skills.

(b) Establishing employee objectives and performance measures.

(c) Measuring employee performance and the use of performance evaluation methods.

(d) Employee discipline training and discipline procedures.

(e) Other subjects as determined by the director.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-763

41-763. Powers and duties of the director relating to personnel

The director shall:

1. Appoint employees necessary to perform the duties prescribed by this article.

2. Have authority for developing and administering a program of personnel administration for the state service in conformance with the personnel rules.

3. Have authority to establish such offices as may be necessary to maintain an effective and economical program of personnel administration.

4. Have the power to deputize employees in various state agencies where certain of the functions of personnel administration can be performed by such deputies.

5. Make an annual report and recommendation to the legislature and the joint legislative budget committee as provided in section 41-763.01.

6. Adopt rules relating to personnel and personnel administration.

7. Subject to legislative appropriation, have the authority to contract for the services of consultants necessary to perform the annual salary plan and salary plan adjustment recommendations.

8. Establish a mandatory program of annual personnel management training for all state employees with supervisory or managerial responsibility that is appropriate to the nature and scope of the employees' supervisorial responsibilities. The director may waive the annual mandatory training on a case by case basis. The training shall include at least the following subjects:

(a) Basic employee supervisory or managerial skills.

(b) Establishing employee objectives and performance measures.

(c) Measuring employee performance and the use of performance evaluation methods.

(d) Employee discipline training and discipline procedures.

(e) Other subjects as determined by the director.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-763

41-763. Powers and duties of the director relating to personnel

The director shall:

1. Appoint employees necessary to perform the duties prescribed by this article.

2. Have authority for developing and administering a program of personnel administration for the state service in conformance with the personnel rules.

3. Have authority to establish such offices as may be necessary to maintain an effective and economical program of personnel administration.

4. Have the power to deputize employees in various state agencies where certain of the functions of personnel administration can be performed by such deputies.

5. Make an annual report and recommendation to the legislature and the joint legislative budget committee as provided in section 41-763.01.

6. Adopt rules relating to personnel and personnel administration.

7. Subject to legislative appropriation, have the authority to contract for the services of consultants necessary to perform the annual salary plan and salary plan adjustment recommendations.

8. Establish a mandatory program of annual personnel management training for all state employees with supervisory or managerial responsibility that is appropriate to the nature and scope of the employees' supervisorial responsibilities. The director may waive the annual mandatory training on a case by case basis. The training shall include at least the following subjects:

(a) Basic employee supervisory or managerial skills.

(b) Establishing employee objectives and performance measures.

(c) Measuring employee performance and the use of performance evaluation methods.

(d) Employee discipline training and discipline procedures.

(e) Other subjects as determined by the director.

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