Meetings are called as needed.
Agendas and Minutes
Personnel Committee Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
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|Daniel Bahr||2019||Alder, Vice-Chair||608-225-3020|
Except as otherwise provided in this article, each standing committee shall consist of at least three adlerpersons, one of whom shall act as chairperson. The Council president will designate the chairperson at the time of nominations, or the first person named for each committee shall be the chairperson according to Robert's Rules of Order. The second person named shall be vice-chairperson.
Summary of Duties
Oversee all boards, commissions, officers, officials and employees in any matter concerning labor contracts, salaries, benefits, compliance with affirmative action, equal employment opportunity, or other employment-related programs. Approve all application forms, hiring guidelines, employee training programs, employee guidelines and handbooks, disciplinary procedures and discharge and termination procedures. Oversee all personnel matters, have charge of all matters arising under Wis. Stats §111 and oversee all personnel matters involving employees of the City including any matters involving the state employment relations commission relative to collective bargaining. The committee is responsible for conducting disciplinary hearings involving employees covered by the City's civil service provisions and shall have the duties and powers prescribed in section 16-10 and Wis. Stats. §66.0509.