Employee and Labor Relations
Employee and labor relations generally refers to dealings between management and a unionized workforce. Many County employees are represented by a variety of employee associations and labor contracts, and all job classifications are part of either a represented or unrepresented bargaining unit.
Scroll below to find important resources regarding all things labor relations at the County, including labor contracts, benefits summaries, and more.
Human Resources is dedicated to maintaining good relationships with employee organizations and demonstrating good faith in all dealings with County employee organizations and personnel. We follow the rules established by both the Civil Service Commission and County Code. We abide by the County's Employee Relations Policy, which implements the Meyers-Millias-Brown Act by providing orderly procedures for the administration of employer-employee relations between the County and its employee associations.
Employee Associations and Labor Contracts
View current agreements for all employee associations and find contact information for both represented and unrepresented bargaining units.
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Take a look at these helpful summary pages outlining the most common benefits available to employees in each employee association, including information on healthcare, leaves, retirement and special pays.
Check out Benefits-At-A-Glance
Job Class Salary Listing
Find current salary information for County job classifications organized by hourly and monthly step ranges.
Review the salary listing
Employee Relations Policy
Read the resolutions which provide orderly procedures for the admistration of employer-employee relations between the County and employee organizations.
Read the policy