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RECRUIT, DEVELOP, AND RETAIN DISTINGUISHED STAFF

Attract, hire, nurture, supervise, and retain high-quality staff while employing best-practice human relations strategies, processes, and services.

RECRUIT, DEVELOP, AND RETAIN DISTINGUISHED STAFF

Attract, hire, nurture, supervise, and retain high-quality staff while employing best-practice human relations strategies, processes, and services.(need es)

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OBJECTIVE 3.A HUMAN RESOURCE FUNCTION

Employ best-practice strategies, processes, and technologies to support all staff.

Provide staff with a high level of assistance, support, and service. View Progress
Maintain and align a web-based staff management system. View Progress
Create a comprehensive benefits program that promotes staff health and wellness. View Progress
Utilize a consistent approach to recruit and identify qualified candidates for certified, non-certified, and administrative positions. View Progress

OBJECTIVE 3.B SUPERVISION

Provide staff with support, feedback, and clear expectations that will assist in the development of distinguished levels of performance.

Provide specific and timely feedback to staff that promotes reflection and growth. View Progress
Utilize a standards-based supervision process to establish clear expectations for staff performance. View Progress
Provide feedback, training, and support from a variety of experts. View Progress

OBJECTIVE 3.C NEW EMPLOYEES

Enhance the effectiveness of new employees by providing training and support that aligns with the mission of District 59.

Ensure new employees have a deep understanding of the district focus and direction by providing necessary training and mentoring. View Progress
Develop a mentoring program that aligns with 21st century skills and curriculum development, expectations for performance, and the District 59 mission. View Progress

OBJECTIVE 3.A HUMAN RESOURCE FUNCTION

Employ best-practice strategies, processes, and technologies to support all staff.

Provide staff with a high level of assistance, support, and service. View Progress
Maintain and align a web-based staff management system. View Progress
Create a comprehensive benefits program that promotes staff health and wellness. View Progress
Utilize a consistent approach to recruit and identify qualified candidates for certified, non-certified, and administrative positions. View Progress

OBJECTIVE 3.B SUPERVISION

Provide staff with support, feedback, and clear expectations that will assist in the development of distinguished levels of performance.

Provide specific and timely feedback to staff that promotes reflection and growth. View Progress
Utilize a standards-based supervision process to establish clear expectations for staff performance. View Progress
Provide feedback, training, and support from a variety of experts. View Progress

OBJECTIVE 3.C NEW EMPLOYEES

Enhance the effectiveness of new employees by providing training and support that aligns with the mission of District 59.

Ensure new employees have a deep understanding of the district focus and direction by providing necessary training and mentoring. View Progress
Develop a mentoring program that aligns with 21st century skills and curriculum development, expectations for performance, and the District 59 mission. View Progress
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