WELCOME TO HUMAN RESOURCES

The Office of Human Resources is committed to meeting the overall professional needs of the staff and clients served to achieve the best possible outcome for the organization as a whole.   The department strives to produce:

  • Engaged, valued and committed employees to meet the needs of communities served
  • Professional training and development to increase competencies
  • Consistent and standard services, policies and process that are transparent
  • A safe, healthy, diverse and balanced work environment
  • Proactive services and effective and prompt resolutions to clients served
  • Community relationships and partnerships that meet the demands of a strong work environment

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Employee injured on the job | Incident Reporting | Client Rights | Client Abuse Neglect | Staff to Person served ratio

Confidentiality and Authorization for Release of Information | Client Records | Admission/Readmission | Travel and Transportation of Clients

Volunteers Service with Clients | Vehicle Policy | Grievance and Appeals

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REQUIRED BY LAW...

All Texas employers must display posters containing information on the Workers' Compensation Program, the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act, the Employee Polygraph Protection Act, and the Occupational Safety and Health Act.  Employers subject to the Texas Payday Law must display a poster containing employee information on it. Employers liable under the Texas Unemployment Compensation Act must display a poster that includes information about both unemployment compensation and the Texas Payday Law.  Also, every employer with 15 or more employees, and smaller employers with federal grants and contracts, must post the notice entitled "Equal Employment Opportunity Is the Law," which contains information about the Equal Employment Opportunity/Americans with Disabilities Act laws.

Posters should be displayed in such a way that each employee can readily see them (generally, the requirements have language such as "conspicuously placed" and "readily accessible" to employees). That would mean that employees who do not normally get to certain offices would not be served by posters displayed at those offices. The offices, or sub-offices, where those employees normally congregate would need to have the posters displayed for the benefit of the employees who are served by each such location.

FEDERAL REQUIRED POSTERS

FEDERAL LABOR LAWS

English                                                                                                  Spanish

Federal Minimum Wage                                                                Federal Minimum Wage SP

OSHA IT’S THE LAW                                                                        OSHA IT’S THE LAW SP

Equal Employment Opportunity Is the Law                               Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law SP

Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) Poster                           Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) Poster SP

Employee Polygraph Protection Act (EPPA) Poster                 Employee Polygraph Protection Act (EPPA) Poster SP

Your rights under USERRA                                                           

TEXAS WORKFORCE COMMISION REQUIRED POSTERS

TEXAS LABOR LAWS

Unemployment and Pay Day law in Texas                              Unemployment and pay Day Law in Texas SP

Employer's Notice of Ombudsman Program                          Employer's Notice of Ombudsman Program SP

Child Labor Law                                                                                    Child Labor Law SP

Worker’s Compensation Notice 6                                                Worker’s Compensation Notice 6 SP

Worker’s Compensation Notice 7                                                Workers Compensation Notice 7 SP