Missouri Johnson 

Human Resources Department

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Lisa Shore
Human Resources

300 N. Holden St.

Warrensburg, MO 64093


Office is located on the 2nd floor of the Johnson Co. Courthouse.


Phone: (660) 747-5641

email: ltreece@jococourthouse.com

The Human Resource department is responsible for developing and coordinating workplace polices and procedures for the employees of Johnson County. The Human Resource Manager reports to the County Clerk  and serves as the primary H.R. contact for employees and managers. HR operates a "Voice" for Johnson County employees and acts as an employee advocate on employee issues within the context of the County's business strategy.


Representative Duties:


  •   Administer various human resource functions County personnel

  •   Assist employees on employee relations issues associated with        compensation, benefit and interpersonal issues

  •  Ensure that HR systems, policies, practices and files are in compliance with federal, state and local laws.

  •  Support and encourage a culture where safety in the workplace comes first

  •  Manage the County's compensation and benefit plans

  •  Receive payroll records from each department and manage the timekeeping  and payroll systems used by the County

  •  Generate paychecks and withhold taxes, insurance premiums, benefit deductions and garnishments according to payroll documents received

  •  Generate and distribute all quarterly and annual payroll reports required including 941's, unemployment, quarter limit, etc.

  •  Maintain personnel records in a manner that assures confidentiality and accuracy

  •  Process all benefit enrollments, payroll changes and terminations received

  •  Keep abreast of legislative actions and labor relations decisions affecting the  County's workplace

  • Support the leadership and development of talent by promoting "Continuous Learning” in all employees
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