Personnel specialists play a critical role in evaluating human resource management programs; therefore, they should possess organizational and performance-driven perspectives. The authorities need information management and analytic skills to design, manage and appraise company plans (Nigro & Kellough, 2014). The professionals can create systems that attract employees and guide monitoring of staff perceptions.
Local governments can develop cooperative agreements to share personnel, training facilities, and other resources in diverse functional and program areas. The authorities can consider fire protection services and recreational opportunities. Further, administrations can create pacts for educational and training services and research and development to support civil works programs.
Nigro, L., & Kellough, J. (2014). The New Public Personnel Administration (7th ed.). Wadsworth Cengage Learning.