Public Personnel Administrators invited to join iZoca, a free service on the Internet to exchange information and ideas
Personnel administrators and other professionals serving with State and municipal departments and agencies interested in exchanging ideas and in discussing selected court and administrative decisions and related matters affecting public employers and employees in New York State are invited to become members of iZoca* and join the Public Personnel Administrators group.
The initial PPA posting is at: http://www.izoca.com/groups/public-personnel-administrators/discussions/33670
iZoca allows members to connect with both their communities and their groups. The platform provides members an opportuntiy to share information and exchange ideas.
In addition, iZoca provides powerful group features that help keep you informed and engaged with all your group activities. Once your free account is created, you will be able to join Public Personnel Administrators and other groups, or even start your own membership group in addition to those already available.
To become a member of the Public Personnel Administrators group, go to:
* The name iZoca is derived from the Spanish word “zocalo” which is referred to as a square or plaza in Mexico where people congregate. iZoca was founded in 2007 and is located in New York's Tech Valley Region.
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