• Hours: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. | Phone: (907) 742-4471
    Location: 5530 E Northern Lights Blvd. Anchorage, Alaska 99504

  • Services Offered

     

    • Employee Support
    • Supervisor Support
    • Conflict Resolution
  • Employee Relations Specialist

     

    Andrew Ball

    ball_andrew@asdk12.org

    (907)742-4007

     

     

  • The Anchorage School District recognizes that our employees are the greatest single factor effecting the Anchorage School Boards mission of Educating All Students for Success in Life.

    The District's Employee Relations office strives to create and maintain a positive relationship between District management and it's employees. 

     

     

    By maintaining positive, constructive employee relations, organizations hope to keep employees loyal and more engaged in their work.  Typical responsibilities of an employee relations manager include acting as a liaison or intermediary between employees and managers, and either creating or advising on the creation of policies around employee issues like fair compensation, useful benefits, proper work-life balance, reasonable working hours, and others. When it comes to employee relations, an HR department has two primary functions. First, HR helps prevent and resolve problems or discputes between employees and management. Second, they assist in creating and enforcing policies that are fair and consistent for everyone in the workplace.                                                                                         

     

    To maintain positive employee relations, an organization must first view employees as stakeholders and contributors in the company rather than simply as paid laborers. This perspective encourages those in management and executive roles to seek employee feedback, to value their input more highly, and to consider the employee experience when making decisions that affect the entire company.