Employee and Retiree
Important Notice to
Employees and Retirees
Dependent Eligibility Verification
Click Here for Important Information about the State of New Hampshire Review of eligibility of all dependents who participate in its employee and retiree health benefit plans (health and/or dental).
The State of New Hampshire provides comprehensive benefits as part of a total compensation package. Click here for a listing of employee benefits, including access to the On-Line Benefits System.
Career opportunities, information, and contacts to start an exciting career in state government.
EMPLOYEE POLICIES & PROCEDURES
The Division of Personnel is charged with adopting Personnel Rules which apply to all classified state employees. The Division also issues or oversees statewide policies affecting employment issues, including policies relating to the American with Disabilities Act, domestic violence in the workplace, sexual harassment, the Family and Medical Leave Act, ethics, and military leave. In addition, the Personnel Appeals Board adopts rules regarding procedures for the conduct of its business.
HUMAN RESOURCES CONTACT INFORMATION
Every individual state agency, department or commission has someone you can contact for your employment or payroll information.
HUMAN RESOURCES FORMS
JOB CLASSIFICATION & COMPENSATION
Please look here for a description of the state job classification system, a link to all existing job
specifications in New Hampshire State Government, including minimum education and experience requirements, and links to State salary schedules.
New Hampshire has a collective bargaining law and three certified bargaining agents to negotiate state employee contracts: The State Employees' Association of NH, the NH Troopers Association, and the New England Police Benevolent Association.
PERSONNEL APPEALS BOARD
State law provides a process for classified employees to appeal a variety of employment decisions ranging from disciplinary action to position classification and reported conflicts of interest. Appeals are heard by the NH Personnel Appeals Board, a qualified, independent panel appointed by Governor and Council under the provisions of RSA 21-I:45.
RETIRED EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
This site contains information about the non-pension benefits you receive as a retiree from state service. It will be updated from time to time as new information about your benefits becomes available.
TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT SERVICES
New Hampshire provides a unique program of continuing professional development through the Division's Bureau of Education and Training. The Bureau is pleased to offer this training to state employees as well as to county, municipal, and Federal employees.
This section contains several workforce development models designed to help government agencies identify and analyze occupations and competencies needed to meet current and future organizational goals and objectives. The intent of these models is to provide government agencies guidance in developing the competencies of their workforce.
To provide consistent leadership,
guidance, and support in all aspects of human resource management and labor relations within State
government by promoting equity and workforce excellence, assisting agencies in transacting their business
efficiently, and protecting the rights of individuals.
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