Supervisor’s Guide to Public Sector Employment Law

CATEGORY: Employment Law, Public Agency

Are you transitioning from a career in the private sector to a job in the public sector? Have you just been promoted into your first management position? Were you employed by a public agency in another state? If so, welcome to the exciting world of employment in California’s public sector.

This workbook provides a broad overview of the unique aspects of government employment and public governance, focusing on open government laws, personnel management, labor relations, and liability issues that arise in the public sector.

Topics Include:

  • Open Government
    • The Brown Act
    • The Public Records Act
  • Personnel Management in the Public Sector
    • Rights of Public Employees
    • Discipline of Public Employees
    • Managing Personnel Files
  • Labor Relations
    • PERB Jurisdiction
    • Bargaining Units
    • Representation
    • Bargaining
    • Organizational Security
    • Impasse
    • Grievance Process and Union Rights
  • Liability Issues
    • The Tort Claims Act
    • Discrimination, Harassment and Retaliation
    • The Fair Labor Standards Act
    • Indemnification


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