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The Human Resources Department of the municipality holds these contests in all employees' accommodation camps on an yearly basis.
Can my Human Resources Department nevertheless designate the two hours off for the doctor's appointment as family leave?
In 2001, Boyle was transferred to the human resources department as a human resources generalist.
Her duties will be folded into the Human Resources department.
Implement a litigation-response team--comprised of outside counsel, corporate counsel, human resources department, business line managers and IT staff --that can quickly alter any document destruction policy.
While most large companies likely have a well-trained human resources department in place, the CPA can add another pair of eyes to monitor the existing system for any potential red flags.
``The law just creates an awful amount of extra work for us, especially if you're a small human resources department,'' Walker said.
The Human Resources Department of the PMA Companies was awarded a 2008 Delaware Valley HR Department of the Year Award.