The HR Management Report is composed of several report products used to assess the state's human resource management practices:
Most of the report is based on the state's fiscal year (FY), which runs from July 1 through June 30. The exception to this is Employee Engagement Survey and Employer of Choice reporting. Starting in 2016, reporting on these strategies changed to align with the survey cycle, which runs from October through September.
In early August, State Human Resources produces a data report containing performance measures for the HR Management Report. State Human Resources runs all agency performance data that is available from HRMS and the HRMS Business Intelligence (BI) system. This data is compiled into the Statewide HR Management Report (xls format). This report includes each agency's data and an Executive Branch roll-up for most* performance measures. Agencies are encouraged to use their workforce data provided in the statewide report to complete their agency HR management report analysis. State Human Resources staff also use the data report for statewide analysis.
Based on customer feedback, State Human Resources made improvements to the FY 2016 data report. Improvements include reformatting the report to allow filtering, adding four years of historical data to the same file for easier trend analysis, and adding new workforce profile measures.
*Agencies will provide data on employee performance expectations/evaluations in their HR management reports. Grievance and appeals data will be provided by State Human Resources' Labor Relations and Rules and Appeals sections, respectively.
Executive Branch agencies with 100 or more employees are required to submit an Agency HR Management Report to State Human Resources. Starting in 2016, agency reporting is conducted using an online survey instead of formal reports. This improvement was made to streamline the agency reporting process. State Human Resources distributes the Agency HR Management Report Survey to agencies in early August. Agency responses are due by mid-October.
The survey asks agencies about workforce successes, challenges and strategies. It also assesses progress toward several workforce-related initiatives and executive orders. Topics covered in the survey include:
Starting in 2016, State Human Resources will replace the Statewide HR Management Roll-up Report with a shorter strategy report. The Statewide HR Management Strategy Roll-up Report will include summary information on key workforce strategies, including Affirmative Action plans and employment of Veterans and persons with disabilities. Staff will continue to analyze workforce data from the Statewide HR Management Report (xls format) and Agency HR Management Report Survey responses. Key highlights from this analysis will be shared with state agency and HR leaders in informal workforce strategy briefings during Fall/Winter 2016. The Statewide HR Management Strategy Roll-up Report will be published in March/April 2017.
These improvements will provide workforce insights to state leaders more quickly than the previous formal report. They will also allow greater flexibility in what to report from year to year.
Additional workforce data, similar to what was included in past years' roll-up reports, is available at the following locations: