Chairman: G. Michael Kinowski,
Vice Chairman: David Howard
Members: Gregory Fagan, Frank Lauria, James Groff, Cynthia M. Breh, Charles Potter
This committee shall have general supervision over all of the following County offices or agencies and their related functions, including, but not limited to, those powers and duties outlined under specific statutory authorities:
- Personnel Office
- Fulton County Ethics Board
In the absence of the Director of Personnel, the Chairperson of this Committee shall have and exercise all the powers and duties which have been assigned to said office.
This Committee shall consider all matters in general relative to salaries, classification, reclassification, reallocations, etc., including adjustments and readjustments, grievances, and employee programs and benefits.
This Committee shall be the grievance committee, as well as the negotiations committee, acting on behalf of the Board of Supervisors.
This committee shall make a report and/or recommendations when it becomes necessary to do so as it relates to all activities as hereinabove described.
2021 Meetings: Wednesday at 10:00 AM
, July 28
May 11th, 2020
Supervisor Callery advised that the retroactive checks are being printed for the Sheriff’s PBA employees at a cost of approximately $220,000.00.
April 13th, 2020
Supervisor Callery advised that the Personnel Department has been receiving calls on when retroactive checks for the employees in the Police Benevolent Association would be issued. He said that he spoke with Ms. Souza and her staff is working on them and the checks should be out by the end of May.
July 8th, 2020
Supervisor Callery advised that there will be a special Personnel Committee meeting on Wednesday, July 10, 2019 for labor negotiations.
March 9th, 2020
Supervisor Callery advised that there would be an executive session later in the meeting to discuss a Resolution approving a Collective Bargaining Agreement with the with the Deputy Sheriffs’ Police Benevolent Association.
September 10th, 2018
Supervisor Callery stated that there would be a short executive session called later in the meeting for Collective Bargaining purposes. He also wanted to thank the entire Board for their support and well wishes during his past illness. He said that it meant a lot to him
July 9th, 2018
Supervisor Lauria advised that on the Agenda today are two (2) Collective Bargaining Agreements slated for approval.
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