Hudson County Freeholders Enter into Shared Services Agreement with County Employees

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Hudson County Vice Chairman Jose Munoz and the Board of Chosen Freeholders worked with County Executive Thomas DeGise, Hudson County Community College Officials and County Administrator Abraham Antun to enter into a shared services agreement to provide training for professional development for its County employees

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Hudson County– Vice Chairman Jose Munoz and the Board of Chosen Freeholders worked with County Executive Thomas DeGise, County Administrator Abraham Antun and Hudson Community College Officials to develop a professional developmental program that will provide training in professional/ personal development, technical and computer training for County employees.

It is important that County employees receive the proper training in technical, computer and other academic areas that will enhance their ability to provide better, more efficient services to the residents of Hudson County.  Some of the courses that County employees participated in were computer/ technical training workforce diversity, client services, managing complaints effectively, negotiating skills, conflict resolution, increasing interpersonal effectiveness, managing office politics and business protocol, leadership in management part 1, leadership in management part ll, writing series, dealing with difficult people, supervision by management and client service training.

The Board of Chosen Freeholders are committed to improving the quality of life for County employees by providing educational, professional and personal development programs to our County employees.

 

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