Annual Audit of Your Personnel Rules

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Public Sector

Last Updated: 10-12-2016

Consistently reviewing and updating personnel rules is both a practical and legal necessity for public agencies. It is essential for keeping up with ever-changing laws and issues that occur both within and outside of the agency. Every year, public agencies experience a panoply of internal changes – fiscal, staffing, leadership, labor relations, and more – that impact personnel policies. Public agencies must also keep abreast of the new laws and regulations created by the U.S. and California legislatures, California and federal courts, and administrative bodies. Thus, it is imperative that agencies establish a practice of reviewing – or auditing – their personnel rules at least once a year in order to ensure that they accurately reflect these internal and external changes.

This workbook is meant to be a concise practical guide for agencies to follow in conducting the annual audit of their personnel rules. It highlights common problem areas, as well as personnel rule topics that are subject to frequent change and need close monitoring. Agencies should adapt this workbook's suggestions and samples to their individual needs. Personnel rule needs will vary according to a number of factors – agency type, agency size, agency law and regulations, applicable MOUs and even the agency's particular personality and environment.

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