Letter from the Director
Welcome to the Spring Hill Human Resources Department!
We believe that municipal human resources is all about building people and processes that will allow the City’s workforce to function well. As the City’s newest department, we are building new relationships, and strengthening those that already exist. We are developing processes to provide support, services, and resources to management, elected officials, and employees throughout the City.
The Human Resources Department is responsible for employee relations, professional training, recognition, benefits administration, compensation, recruitment, selection, and retention. We coordinate with every City department, and often other public and private sector entities, to equip our workforce for excellence. We recognized that when we help individuals build their career, we are also building a better community.
The City of Spring Hill is proud of its diverse and growing workforce representing a number of professional, administrative, public safety, technical, clerical, skilled, and general labor employees. We strive to exemplify the strength in diversity of people, thought, programs, and culture.
Thank you for visiting our home on the internet! We invite you to return frequently and learn more about how we are "Building Careers to Better our Community".
Director of Human Resources
The mission of the Spring Hill Human Resources Department is to grow and support our City’s most valuable resource, our employees, and to further enhance our community as a preferred place to live, work, and raise a family due to excellence in our workforce. This is achieved by:
- Adopting and promoting fair practices that comply with the law and promote the City’s goals
- Providing and facilitating training and educational activities
- Advising City departments and department heads in human resource matters
- Encouraging innovation and positive change
- Rewarding excellence in job performance, etc.
The Spring Hill Human Resources Department is responsible for administering the drug and alcohol testing program, pre-employment hiring activities, monitoring equal employment opportunity compliance, the Family Medical Leave Act requirements, sexual harassment regulations, accommodations for disabled workers under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), workplace safety standards under OSHA, and the public records law as it pertains to personnel files.