Learn how to develop training and professional development programs that build staff capacity and support the continuous improvement of services to children and families.
Review the requirements for determining whether the partner of a Head Start grantee is a contractor or subrecipient.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission issued regulations to enforce the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Program directors and human resource managers can use this fact sheet to ensure that their personnel policies do not discriminate against qualified individuals with disabilities, particularly in job application procedures.
Program directors and human resources managers may use this resource to enhance their search strategies for hiring and retaining qualified staff. This article outlines each phase of an effective search strategy.
Any program is only as good as its people. A strong human resources system ensures that staff and volunteers have the credentials and competencies needed to provide quality services to children and families.
Head Start programs must ensure all staff, consultants, and contractors have sufficient knowledge, training, experience, and competencies to fulfill the roles and duties of their position. FInd the resources to understand these requirements.
This checklist provides the requirements of an employee compensation system. This checklist can be used by program directors and human resource managers for ensuring that employees receive the appropriate compensation.
These resources are designed to help Head Start and Early Head Start (EHS) leaders better utilize consultants to bring lasting change and quality improvement to their programs.
It's important for an organization to position a new employee for success while supporting the employee throughout the first several months of hire. Program directors and supervisors may use this article to explore a few effective practices that ensure a new employee’s success and retention.
Volunteer recruitment focuses on attracting volunteers using recruitment strategies, processes, and recruiting for diversity. Grantees will find this information useful when choosing strategies to recruit volunteers for their programs.