A form submitted to a potential employer by a potential employee to collect basic information about the applicant such as employment history, education, training, and contact information
A method of identifying and defining job duties and responsibilities
The administration of employee compensation and benefits on a scheduled basis through a centralized payment system
A systematic process of objectively obtaining and evaluating evidence regarding the performance of an organization, program, function, or activity. Evaluation is made in terms of its economy and efficiency of operations and effectiveness in achieving desired goals. The performance audit function provides an independent review of management's performance and the degree to which actual performance meets pre-stated goals
The process of finding and hiring the best-qualified candidate (from within or outside of an organization) for a job opening in a timely and cost effective manner. The recruitment process includes analyzing the requirements of a job, attracting employees to that job, screening and selecting applicants, hiring, and integrating the new employee to the organization - recruitment measures include tracking time to hire/fill, candidate quality, and applicant satisfaction
Separation of an employee who meets the age and service requirements to receive retirement benefits and has filed an application for retirement with the Department of Retirement Systems - includes tracking and/or managing an employee's retirement eligibility status throughout the life cycle of an employee's career
The days and hours an employee is scheduled to work
The voluntary or involuntary act of leaving Washington State service
Strategic workforce planning looks at system-wide issues and strategies to: Support the organization's strategic plan (e.g., reorganization and redeployment) Address external workforce factors that affect the entire business (e.g., succession planning for retirement bubbles, or staff reduction planning for budget cuts). Maintain organizational capacity (e.g., in-service training) Mitigate risk exposure (e.g., safety planning and Equal Employment Opportunity training)
The specific staffing strategies designed to develop an internal pool for anticipated vacancies
Telework is the practice of working from home or other alternative locations closer to home through the use of technology which allows the employee to access normal work material (email, telephone, electronic documents, etc.). Telework may be scheduled or done on an ad hoc basis.
The process of submitting, approving, and adjusting an employee's work hours and planned/unplanned leave hours
Training is activities designed to develop employees' job-related knowledge and skills for present job assignments as well as future career development goals. The enterprise level administrative function is the maintenance of training records for state employees.
Activities associated with planning, preparing, and monitoring of business related travel for an organization's employees
Ensuring the safety and health of employees within the workplace