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Rules & Regulations

Employees who work for the County have specific rights established by the Civil Service Code; state and federal laws; and county ordinances, policies and labor agreements. A number of agencies assist employees who feel their rights have been violated. In turn, the County expects certain behavior and performance by its employees. Specific rules and regulations adopted by the County are available online to assist employees in understanding the behavior expected in their employment.


Highlights



Fraud Hotline Report Issued
The Auditor-Controller has issued the fraud hotline status report for Jan. 1, 2011 – June 30, 2011. During the six-month period, 565 new cases were opened and 590 closed.

Appealing Job Decisions
Employees who wish to appeal a discharge, suspension in excess of five days, permanent reduction, or examination rating may ask for a hearing before the Civil Service Commission. Time limits apply.


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Did You Know?

  • Persons reporting fraud may remain anonymous.
  • Employees reporting fraud are protected under the County’s “whistle-blower” ordinance.
 
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