The Division of Human Resources and Risk Management is responsible for optimizing the City's human capital by providing strategic human resources management solutions and services to the various City departments through centralized employee programs, systems and processes.
The Division is also responsible for functions that minimize the exposure of the City's human, financial and physical assets to accidental loss through administrative program management and an aggressive risk management system that includes risk identification, evaluation and control.
The Human Resources and Risk Management Division directs and facilitates the following administrative programs and services:
- Employee Benefits
- Personnel Records Management
- Federal, State and Labor Law Compliance
Recruitment and Selection
- Pre-Employment and Post Offer Examinations
- New Hire Orientation
- Employee Recognition Program
Classification and Compensation
- Job Analysis
- Class Specifications
- Compensation Plan
Labor and Employment Relations
- Collective Bargaining Agreement Administration
- Performance Evaluation System
Human Resources Development
- Skills Training
- Professional Development
- Management & Leadership Training
- Temporary/Interim Positions
- Succession Planning
Risk Management Programs
- General Liability
- Workers’ Compensation
- Property and Auto
- Employment Practices Liability
- Health and Safety Programs
The Division partners together with other City Departments to represent the City in meetings with governmental agencies, community groups, and various businesses, professional and regulatory organizations, and to foster cooperative working relationships among City staff.
The City of Perris employs a diverse workforce. This page provides a quick reference of the various job descriptions.
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The City of Perris provides a competetive compensation plan to its workforce.
The City has the following employment contracts and agreements.
The City of Perris' Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) is effective from July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2020.
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