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  36.090.  Duties of personnel director. — 1.  The director, as executive head of the personnel division, shall direct and supervise all its administrative and technical activities.  In addition to the duties imposed upon him elsewhere in this chapter, it shall be his duty:

  (1)  To require the development of effective personnel administration and to make available the facilities of the division to this end;

  (2)  To develop in cooperation with appointing authorities a management training program, a recruiting program, and a system of performance appraisals, and to assist appointing authorities in the setting of productivity goals.

  2.  The director shall assist the board in the performance of its functions and attend board meetings.

  3.  The director shall:

  (1)  Establish and maintain a roster of all officers and employees subject to this law, in which there shall be set forth, as to each employee, a record of the class title of the position held; the salary or pay; any change in class title, pay or status, and such other data as may be deemed desirable to produce significant facts pertaining to personnel administration;

  (2)  Appoint, under the provisions of this chapter, and, with the approval of the board, fix the compensation of such  experts and special assistants as may be necessary to carry out effectively the provisions of this chapter, such employees to be selected upon the basis of merit and fitness and as other employees subject to this law unless otherwise directed under the provisions of this chapter;

  (3)  Investigate the effects of this law, the rules promulgated under this law and the operation of the merit system and report his finding and recommendations to the board and the governor;

  (4)  Make annual reports concerning the work of the division, problems in personnel management, and actions taken or to be taken by the division to resolve those problems;

  (5)  Perform any other lawful act which he may consider necessary or desirable to carry out the purposes and provisions of this law.

  4.  The director shall appoint, in full conformity with all the provisions of this chapter, a deputy or deputies.  In case of the absence of the director or his inability from any cause to discharge the powers and duties of his office, such powers and duties shall devolve upon his deputy.

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(L. 1945 p. 1157 § 8, A.L. 1979 H.B. 673)


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