Is it appropriate to have a classis personnel committee?


Do any classes have personnel committees? I've noticed that a classis and its committees may employ several part and full time persons (stated clerk, treasurer, campus minister, church planter, ministry developer), and because each person reports to a different classical committee, there may be little coordination of expectations, salary reviews, or evaluations.

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Even though many Classes employ multiple people it becomes difficult to have a central committee to look after these positions. The committee that the employee reports to is most often most equipped to do evaluations etc. but then communicating the work that has been done to the rest of the Classis becomes a challenge. Would a personnel committee help with this or just add another layer of bureaucracy especially for campus ministers and church planters who already extensively report to a committee and Home Missions?