BSO employs more than 5,800 men and women in positions ranging from deputy sheriff to 9-1-1 operator to administrative assistant. The Human Resources department recruits and retains BSO's staff through various divisions:
The Selection and Assessment section processes and reviews applications, manages skills assessment testing, assures compliance with Florida Department of Law Enforcement standards and administers promotional processes.
The Classification and Compensation section administers the agency's compensation plans, collective bargaining agreements and new employee orientations, among other duties.
The Employee Benefits section co-ordinates employee insurance plans and other benefits including the Employee Assistance Program. The EAP is a work-site based program designed to assist employees in the identification and resolution of work or personal issues which could diminish their peak performance. Confidential counseling is available to employees and family members for issues such as marriage, family, relationships, stress, alcohol and substance abuse, step-family adjustment, bereavement/grief, parenting, eating disorders, aging parents, pain management, coping with illness, supervisor conflict and retirement concerns.
For more information, contact us via:
- Telephone: (954) 321-4400, Option 5
- Email us: email@example.com
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