Human Resource Services Fall, 2011. The Staffing Master Plan Addendum, Year 2: Council/SPG Training. Overview of the Staffing Master Plan. Where Can I Find the Plan: http :// www.palomar.edu/strategicplanning/StaffingPlan2016Final.pdf Basic Elements of the Plan:
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From Strategic Plan 2013:
The Staffing Plan looks at staffing levels and priorities, while the EEO Plan looks at diversity or composition of applicants and employees.
Driven by Objective 4.3 planning council prioritization
Planning councils/SPG’s role:
Trainings and Data:
SSPC and IPC- 10/26
Annual Systematic Evaluation-Council/Group Feedback Survey:
Implications: Training will utilize examples from last year to illustrate process. Greater clarification as to staffing levels (ranges) and change in assumptions for replacements.
Data here were confusing in isolation, but taking in combination with open-ended responses, the focus will be online access with clarification as to implementation results.
Critical for Council/SPG Analysis:
What caused deviations from Plan prioritizations? Examples:
-Changes in District practices;
Total Prioritized, Unprioritized, and Faculty Positions Filled from 7/1/2010 through 10/11/2011
The North and South Centers will probably be delayed until 2014—the staffing needs for these centers will be done separately once the organizational structure is determined.
- Superintendent/President’s Group (SPG): Services offered/functions
REMEMBER: Your Council’s/Group’s Recommendations are Due to HRS by December 9, 2011.
**Questions about the Process? Please feel free to contact
Karen Robinson (HRS) at ext. 2202 or firstname.lastname@example.org.