New HR director refines anti-bullying policy

By From page A1 | January 24, 2014

On the job since September, Human Resources Director Pamela Knorr told El Dorado County Board of Supervisors Tuesday she was cautioned about taking her new position. She said “lots of people called and said, ‘Are you crazy?’” The county is perceived by folks in other jurisdictions as a place where HR managers go to fail, or perhaps more positively, a place just to get trained and move on, she said. The HR Department has had 11 different directors in fewer than 11 years.

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