Fax from American Federation of Government (AFGE) Rep Diana Price to A&R Analyst Tim Abrell dtd 16 Aug 2005 Page: 4 of 13
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* Personnel Training: HRC St. Louis does not have a comprehensive formal
training program to educate personnel in either human resource subject areas or
the new operational structure of HRC St. Louis.
Two AFGE officials staff members, Mr. Eugene Martin, Assistant to the AFGE National
President, and Ms. Diana Price, Senior Policy Analyst, spent three days at HRC St. Louis.
Their mission was to identify (1) a handful of high-performing, well-respected employees
willing to participate on a labor-management partnership committee to address barriers to
service and (2) a broad outline of work process issues of concern to the employees. They
interviewed local AFGE union officials, AFGE members, and civilian employees who
are not union members. In addition, they met with the Commander of HRC St. Louis,
Colonel Debra Cook, and other military management officials.
AFGE staff gathered a substantial amount of information that could be helpful to HRC
St. Louis management. However, time constraints prohibited the performance of any
fact-checking functions. Thus, the information contained in this summary is based upon
employee accounts and some limited materials produced by HRC St. Louis (as noted).
HRC St. Louis Mission
The stated mission of the U.S. Army Reserve Human Resources Command ("HRC St.
Louis") is to provide human resource support for over 1.5 million customer soldiers,
including the followingl:
* 200,000 Troop Program Unit
* 150,000 Individual Ready Reserve
e 700,000 Ready Reserve
* 700,000 Retired Reservists
Human resource support provided includes2:
* Accession * Separation
* Training and Education * Retirement points
* Evaluation * Veteran and Retiree Programs
* Retention * Employment Verification
* Promotion and Awards * Personnel Records Maintenance
HRC St. Louis Personnel and Management Structure
HRC St. Louis personnel are comprised of approximately 65% civilians, 30% Active
Guard Reserve soldiers, and 5% Active Component soldiers.3 Civilian personnel include
both federal employees and contractor personnel.
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