Davis will not be paid through his retirement date, Bassett said.
Douglas said Davis received a retirement package based on his years of employment with the county and a continuation of health insurance benefits.
Douglas said he thinks Davis' health benefits are good for up to three years.
Davis did not receive a severance package from the county, but he was able to apply unused sick time to his retirement package as outlined in county policy, Douglas said.
Douglas said he could not reveal how much Davis' unused sick time was worth, because it is part of his retirement record.
Retirement records are confidential under Maryland's Open Records Act, Douglas said.
Douglas also thinks Davis received a payment for unused vacation time, but that he had to research whether that payment can be released to the public.
Davis was hired as the county's Human Resources director in 1981. He earned $79,667 a year.
Douglas said it was too early to tell when the Human Resources director position would be advertised.
He has said that all Human Resources concerns from the public or employees should be directed to Assistant Human Resources Director Dee Hawbaker.
The county stated in its written statement that under Davis' tenure, the employee retirement plan was fully funded, employee incentive plans were implemented and comprehensive safety and training programs were put into place.
Davis earned his certifications as a Senior Professional in Human Resources and as an International Public Management Association-Certified Professional, according to the statement.
He was recently recognized by the County Commissioners for graduating from the Academy for Excellence in Local Governance of the Maryland Association of Counties and the University of Maryland, according to the release.
Davis did not respond to two messages left on his answering machine Tuesday.