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Proposed Ordinance Amendment: Bureau of Human Resources

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Date Introduced: 2/6/2008
Date Passed:

Sponsors:
Claypool, Maldonado, Quigley, Schneider, Suffredin
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Summary:

Ordinance to require approval by the County Board for the appointment of Chief of Human Resources; further requires candidates for the position of Chief to have at least ten to fifteen years of experience as a human resources executive overseeing a minimum of 10,000 employees.


Activity Log:

2/6/2008
Referred to Committee on Rules and Administration.

Full Text of Legislation:

BE IT ORDAINED, by the Cook County Board of Commissioners that Chapter 44 Human Resources, Section 44-45, of the Cook County Code is hereby amended as follows:

 

Sec. 44-45. Bureau of Human Resources.

 

(a)   Established; Chief of Human Resources to be Chief Executive Officer of the Bureau of Human Resources.  There is hereby established a bureau which shall be known as the Bureau of Human Resources.  The Chief of Human Resources shall be the chief executive officer of the Bureau of Human Resources and shall be a person with at least ten to fifteen years of experience as a Human Resources executive of an institution with a minimum of 10,000 employees.  The Chief of Human Resources shall be appointed by the President with the approval of the County Board.  The Chief of Human Resources and shall serve at the pleasure of the President.  The Chief of Human Resources shall be responsible for the general management and control of the Bureau of Human Resources in a manner consistent with the ordinances of the County, the laws of the state, and the rules of the Bureau.


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