Melissa M. Carrillo, PHR, SHRM-CP
Chief HR Officer
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Leading diverse human resources through innovation, superior service and unified partnerships.
Values are statements about how we treat each other and our customers in the accomplishment of our work. Our values guide our actions as we move forward. The County's Human Resources Department relies heavily on one another to ensure our vision is carried out uniformly to County employees and members of the public. As such, the HR team recognizes its need to work with each division as they PILE knowledge, skills and camaraderie in the sense any successful team might do.
Pile: (n.) An assemblage of things laid or lying one upon the other.
Training and Development
To encourage and create a workforce that is knowledgeable, capable and proficient.
Recruiting, Selecting and Retaining
To create an effective, productive and efficient workforce by applying the appropriate measures to recruit, select and retain the best possible employees.
Provide a Safe, Healthy and Accessible Environment
To create a setting in which all employees, customers and the public can enjoy with equal accessibility
To plan, implement and enforce policies that are consistent, reasonable and fair to all County employees
To provide and manage quality processes and service administration using limited resources to their maximum potential