The Bureau of Human Resources is responsible for the employment and personnel matters of each of the Bureaus. Such matters include all aspects of human core capital processing, recruitment, retention, benefits, worker’s compensation, job performance monitoring, and discipline. The Bureau is responsible for workforce development which is inclusive of managing the on-line learning system, organizing training opportunities for employees and assisting with the documentation of employee training credits. The Bureau also oversees the Contract Management of the agency’s contract workers and independent contractors assuring compliance with state rules and regulations.
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A number of classification schemes for the glaucomas have been proposed. They are based on the age of the person (infantile, juvenile, adult), the site of obstruction to aqueous outflow (pre-trabecular, trabecular, post-trabecular), the tissue principally involved (. glaucoma caused by diseases of the lens), and etiology. Although each of these systems has value, the classification scheme that separates angle closure from open angle glaucoma has been used most widely, because it focuses on pathophysiology and points to proper clinical management. A classification outline for open angle, angle closure, combined-mechanism and childhood glaucoma follows: