Andrew Lamberto once performed numerous investigations of employee treatment violations including hostile work environments, discrimination, harassment, and more. This facet of his job as the Director of Human Resources of San Bernardino County did not make him the most popular person in the office all the time, but his work was vital to the organization as a whole because it ensured that all employees are happy and work well within the organization. His work also ensured that the organization as a whole is within compliance with all state and federal laws regarding employee treatment, ensuring that San Bernardino County does not garner any punitive measures from the state of federal government.
Andrew Lamberto conducted or directed these investigations even though it didn’t make him the most popular person in the office because it was his job to ensure that all employees are treated equally well throughout the San Bernardino County workforce. For an organization with over 21,000 employees, this is an extremely large and important job to undertake. Lamberto often developed employee policies himself, so he was perfectly suited to investigate possible infractions. In this capacity, he did his best to always be fair and impartial so that he can get both sides of every story, which can difficult to uncover and create a fully accurate picture of.
Andrew Lamberto regularly directed or investigated reports of discrimination so that all employees know that their interests are always considered and their comments and complaints are being heard. Lamberto was always interested in equal treatment for all employees of San Bernardino County.
Andrew Lamberto had many responsibilities in his position as the Director of Human Resources for San Bernardino County. In addition to developing new systems and policies in-house to comply with state and federal laws and to improve throughput and work efficiency, he wasalso one of several executives responsible for the revised and updated payroll system and administration for San Bernardino County, which has over 21,000 employees. Before he came to work for San Bernardino County, he worked for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, where he was in charge of making payroll decisions and determining salary levels for employees.
As a payroll administrator, Andrew Lamberto was skilled at conducting and analyzing compensation studies for both internal and external salary comparisons. He was responsible for reviewing hundreds of positions and their salaries for comparison to San Bernardino County’s salary levels. Lamberto and other payroll administrators like him compared the salaries of similar positions in similar situations to help determine how much their departments will offer new and promoted employees in many different positions. Lamberto used the data from his comparison studies to inform his payroll level decisions and to help set a standard in his organization that he could base his future payroll decisions on for the County of San Bernardino.
Andrew Lamberto worked hard from 2005 to 2015 to create the best possible payroll standards for all employees of San Bernardino County. This extensive work, in addition to his many other duties he performed as the Director of Human Resources for the County, kept him active and busy in the lives of many employees and other administrators for the County.