SECTION 20 - HUMAN RESOURCES POLICIES
20.1 HUMAN RESOURCES POLICIES
The human resources operations of the society shall be governed by the applicable bylaws, policies, and procedures of the IEEE. Nothing in this document shall be construed as taking precedence over those basic documents.
20.2 STAFF ORGANIZATION
20.2.1 Staffing Plan
The chief staff executive shall develop and maintain a staffing plan for the total staff operation of the society. It shall take into account the evolving needs of the society, changing patterns of responsibility, and budgetary constraints. The chief staff executive's plan shall have the goal of balancing workload demands of management and volunteers against available resources. The plan shall be reported to the Executive Committee annually. The Board of Governors shall approve the budget for staff compensation.
20.2.2 Modifications to the Staffing Plan
The chief staff executive is authorized to make changes to the staffing plan, providing that such changes may be accomplished within the operating budget for staff compensation as approved by the Board of Governors. All such changes shall be explicitly reported to the Executive Committee at its next regular meeting following the implementation of the change.
20.3 CHIEF STAFF EXECUTIVE
All personnel actions with respect to the position of chief staff executive shall be the responsibility of the Executive Committee upon recommendation of the president.
The IEEE CS Personnel and Compensation Committee (PCC) shall conduct an annual performance appraisal of the chief staff executive and shall generate a summary evaluation statement. The past-president on behalf of the PCC shall discuss these with the IEEE managing director, Technical Activities.