To provide innovative, effective, and timely HR consultation and services to attract, develop, and retain a diverse, flexible, and creative workforce that can meet state government's ever-changing needs.
To be recognized and valued for innovative, effective HR programs and for the customer-focused services provided based on the expectations of state government leaders, civil servants, and Michigan citizens. We will engage our employees by providing learning opportunities and a supportive environment.
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Vested with the administrative powers of the Civil Service Commission, the state personnel director is responsible for implementing the policy and program directives of that body. The director also oversees Bureau of Benefits Administration, Financial and Administrative Services, and Central Communications.
The general counsel serves as a member of the director's leadership team and assists with formulating and implementing the commission's policies and directives. The general counsel oversees the Office of General Counsel, the Office of Business Applications Support, and Office of Classification, Selection, and Compensation.