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Supervisor’s Guide to Public Sector Employment

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Last Updated: June 2019

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Temporary Employees of a Community College District

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Last Updated: December 2017

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Terminating the Employment Relationship

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Employment relationships are similar to personal relationships; rarely do they end to both parties' satisfaction. One party often would like the relationship to continue, while the other party has a beneficial interest in severing the relationship and moving on to greener pastures. If done correctly, a "break-up" will allow both parties to move forward with no or relatively few feelings of resentment. Conversely, a "bad break-up" may leave one party harboring resentment and looking for retribution or money. Unlike in personal relationships, retribution for a "bad break-up" in an employment relationship may lead to a lawsuit, which could lead to liability and certainly will lead to spending money litigating, settling or both.

Last Updated: July 2019

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The Disability Interactive Process

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Last Updated: October 2019

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The Disability Interactive Process For Community Colleges

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This workbook will cover the full range of issues and obligations faced by employers when dealing with disabled employees.

Topics include:

What Qualifies as a Disability?
What Medical Information May be Acquired by Employers?
What is/is not a Reasonable Accommodation?
What is Required by the Interactive Process?
How to Coordinate the Interactive Process with the FMLA/CFRA and Workers’ Compensation.
How do Disability Retirement Laws Impact the Interactive Process?

Last Updated: October 2019

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The Meaning of At-Will, Part-Time and Contract Employment

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Last Updated: August 2019

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The Supervisor’s Toolbox: Management Rights, Communication, Discipline and the Represented Workforce

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Public sector employee supervision is complex and challenging. Supervisors must exercise judgment and discretion, but must be aware of limitations on authority. State and federal laws impose many of those limitations. Rules, policies and ordinances adopted by the agency raise other limitations. The duty to meet and confer – and the resulting agreed upon labor provisions – also limit supervisors' discretion.

Last Updated: June 2019

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Understanding Public Employee Retirement Issues for California’s Public Employers

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Public sector pensions are increasingly in the spot light. News stories, magazine articles, court cases, and even ballot initiatives, all discussing the state of public sector pensions – Are they too lucrative? Are they sustainable? Are defined benefits a good idea? All questions that are being debated in the court of public opinion, especially as public agencies struggle with increasing deficits and decreasing revenues. How to address these increasing costs can be a workbook in and itself. However, before an agency can look at making changes to benefits, it needs to understand the dynamics of a pension system and some of the unique legal issues involving pension benefits.

Last Updated: October 2019

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