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Program Description

  Business Operations and Performance

The Business Operations and Performance Division is comprised of the Classification, Compensation, Training and Organizational Development, and Workforce Performance teams. The Classification and Compensation team reviews and evaluates the duties and responsibilities of individual positions and occupational classes in response to employee, department, and union requests to assure that positions are correctly assigned at comparable grade levels. This team also ensures that employees are accurately and appropriately compensated through technical analysis and equitable application of compensation systems and procedures. The team designs compensation plans and provides leadership to departments on performance-based pay. The Classification and Compensation team is also responsible for oversight and administration of the County's compensation policies.

Workforce Performance consists of the Rewarding Excellence and Performance Management team. Rewarding Excellence is a process that encourages, mentors, and coaches front-line employees to work together as a team to implement improvement initiatives within Montgomery County Government. Performance management is a continuous process, which includes creating performance appraisals, observing and documenting performance and behavior, providing feedback, coaching, mentoring, and evaluating employees. The goal is to help employees and supervisors achieve Montgomery County's overall vision of efficient, effective, innovative, and responsive delivery of quality services.

The Training and Organizational Development team provides training, workforce planning, and organizational effectiveness programs and activities that increase the knowledge, skills, and abilities of the County's workforce. The team offers professional development opportunities to employees and managers through online learning and instructor-led classes and designs performance improvement strategies and specialized training to meet specific departmental needs. The team also designs short- and long-term business strategies to create required professional competencies, enhance organizational performance and effectiveness, and champions organizational change efforts to support the County's objectives.

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Program Contacts

Contact Jennifer Shovlin of the Office of Human Resources at 240.777.5039 or Corey Orlosky of the Office of Management and Budget at 240.777.2762 for more information regarding this department's operating budget.

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Program Performance Measures

Program Performance MeasuresActual FY16Actual FY17Estimated FY18Target FY19Target FY20
Customer satisfaction with training: Percentage who found training helpful to job92.193.193.093.093.0
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Program Budget Changes

FY19 Recommended ChangesExpendituresFTEs
FY18 Approved231615713.75
Shift: Manager I Transfer from DTS2662261.00
Multi-program adjustments, including negotiated compensation changes, employee benefit changes, changes due to staff turnover, reorganizations, and other budget changes affecting multiple programs.350820.00
FY19 Recommended261746514.75