Hope Hull Human Resources 5037 Felder Road Hope Hull AL 36043 334-286-5009
Montgomery County Human Resources 3030 Mobile Highway Montgomery AL 36108 5.7 miles from Hope Hull 334-293-3100
Montgomery Human Resources 11 South Union Street Montgomery AL 36130 8.2 miles from Hope Hull 334-242-1325
Alabama State Human Resources 50 North Ripley Street Montgomery AL 36130 8.3 miles from Hope Hull 334-242-1670
Ramer Human Resources 7323 Butler Mill Road Ramer AL 36069 9.5 miles from Hope Hull 334-281-0874
Lowndes County Human Resources 382 Alabama 97 Hayneville AL 36040 14.1 miles from Hope Hull 334-548-3800
Prattville Human Resources 203 North Court Street Prattville AL 36067 15.1 miles from Hope Hull 334-358-5000
Wetumpka Human Resources 73932 Tallassee Highway Wetumpka AL 36092 21.9 miles from Hope Hull 334-514-3200
Alabama State Human Resources 109 Caldwell Street Greenville AL 36037 34.3 miles from Hope Hull 334-382-4400
Butler County Human Resources 109 Caldwell St Greenville AL 36037 34.3 miles from Hope Hull 334-382-4400
Troy Human Resources 717 South 3 Notch Street Troy AL 36081 39.6 miles from Hope Hull 334-807-6120
Crenshaw County Human Resources 25 Hospital Drive Luverne AL 36049 40.1 miles from Hope Hull 334-335-7000
Alabama State Human Resources 200 Samuel O Moseley Dr Selma AL 36701 42.3 miles from Hope Hull 334-872-6893
Clanton Human Resources 500 Airport Road Clanton AL 35045 42.7 miles from Hope Hull 205-280-2000
Departments of human resources, sometimes called personnel departments, are government-run agencies that manage employment opportunities and training programs for public or private employers by attracting, hiring, developing and retaining a skilled, productive workforce. They provide information about job openings, recruitment and hiring processes, and interview prospective candidates for employment.
Human resources departments are often also responsible for payroll and career development services, determining salaries and benefits, as well as providing employee education and training programs. Most counties have their own HR departments, and some rural counties have combined their HR departments with those of adjoining counties. Some states have combined their human resources departments into other state administrative agencies with similar or overlapping functions.