divisions that support the agency are the Business Office, which is responsible for the accounting, budgeting, fiscal, payroll, purchasing and financial reporting functions of the agency, the Human Resources Office, which addresses day-to-day employee issues and is responsible for preparing the agency's affirmative action plan detailing the department's commitment to equal opportunity, and the MIS unit that provides data processing and office automation support. The agency also has a full-time employee available to answer questions on rental security deposits. In December 2008 the agency’s Legal Division was reorganized and attorneys were assigned directly to each line division.
As of December 31, 2008 there were 121 full-time permanent employees.
Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action
The Department of Banking is committed to providing equal employment opportunity on the basis of merit; to assuring nondiscrimination; and to implementing affirmative action and contract compliance programs, as required by law. The department's affirmative action plan, filed with the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities, reflects the agency's commitment to achieving workforce balance and fairness in all terms and conditions of employment.